Non-Surgical Treatments for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Compression of the median nerve, which passes through the wrist, can result in carpal tunnel syndrome. Repetitive hand movements like typing or using hand tools may cause this compression. Medical conditions like diabetes, arthritis, or thyroid issues can also contribute. In some cases, wrist anatomy, including the structure of bones or tissues, can play a role. […]

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What Are Stress Fractures?

A stress fracture is a small crack in a bone, usually in a weight-bearing bone, such as your foot or lower leg. It is often caused by overuse and repetitive force, such as running a long distance or jumping repeatedly. You can also develop stress fractures if your bones are weakened by osteoporosis and other bone conditions.

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