What is the Best Way to Diagnose Carpal Tunnel?

Our very own Dr. Ignatios Papas explores this topic in a blog for the Florida Carpal Tunnel Specialists. Specifically, he compares the two most common methods of diagnosing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS): nerve conduction and electromyography vs. ultrasound.

What’s his conclusion? Read the full blog here.

CTS involves pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in the fingers of the hand or palm. These symptoms sometimes radiate up the forearm and become worse while sleeping or with repetitive activities. 

If you think you may be suffering from CTS, your first step is to talk to a doctor. Fill out this form to start a conversation with us about how we can help.

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