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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you have numbness, tingling, weakness, aching, or shooting pain in your hands, it could be a sign that you have carpal tunnel syndrome. It is important to catch it early so that your condition doesn't become permanent, resulting in loss of grip strength and sleep deprivation.

Our hand clinic experts are proud to partner with you in making an informed choice about which treatment option is right for your lifestyle. We have more than 95 years of collective experience and conduct more than 500 carpal tunnel release surgeries each year.

If you think you may have carpal tunnel syndrome, please contact us for a consultation.

The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome program is related to the Hand Clinic.

Refer to the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome page on our Dartmouth-Hitchcock Healthwise® Health Encyclopedia website to learn more about this condition.

Listen to a podcast of Dr. Warhold outlining the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, possible causes, and treatment options. (2 min)

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