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CarpalAID is an Alternative Solution to Painful Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Symptoms
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Our non-invasive technology does not require surgery. This means more money in your pocket and less scary needles.

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See fast results from application of the CarpalAID patch. Other alternatives take days, or weeks after surgery.

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CarpalAID is disposable after each use. This means you can wear a patch to bed and throw it away in the morning. It couldn’t be easier!

Drug-Free Alternative

There is no drug or medicine applied to the CarpalAID patch. Rest assured that because of this, CarpalAID has no side effects!

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Exactly what is carpal tunnel syndrome?
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful condition that affects the hand and wrist. The carpal tunnel is actually an area or tunnel within the wrist. This tunnel is surrounded by wrist bones as well as by a rigid ligament linking the bones together. The flexing tendons of the fingers and thumb and the median nerve are also within the carpal tunnel. The median nerve is what carries signals from the brain that control action of the fingers and hand in addition to relaying information about temperature, touch and, unfortunately, pain. It also controls sweating of the hand. The median nerve controls the thumb, index and middle finger, and ring finger. Swelling of the tendons from overuse or repeated motion within the carpal tunnel reduces the space in the carpal tunnel, squeezing the median nerve and causing feelings of numbness, terrible pain, tingling and clumsiness of the affected hand.
Why does carpal tunnel syndrome happen in the first place?
Every time the wrist bends or the fingers move, muscles and tendons are used. Tendons within the hand are surrounded by sheaths that produce a slippery fluid which helps to lubricate the tendons. The lubrication is necessary in order for the tendons to have smooth and normal functioning. Repetitive or excessive motion can cause a number of things to transpire with the lubricating fluid within the sheaths, such as not producing enough fluid or possibly producing fluid with poor lubricating qualities. Improperly lubricated tendons cause friction and swelling of the tendon area resulting in swelling of the median nerve… which then causes fibrous tissue to form, thickening the tendon sheath, hindering tendon movement and causing often excruciating pain.
Can carpal tunnel syndrome be cured?
Carpal tunnel syndrome cannot be cured; however, there are temporary ways including resting the affected hand, taking anti-inflammatory medications or steroid injections, NSAIDs, the use of cold packs or a splint to restrict movement of the hand. Sometimes physicians may suggest surgery, a painful and expensive operation to cut the ligament that is pressing on the median nerve.
But now there is CarpalAID, an easy, economical way to help alleviate or lessen the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome without invasive surgery.
Is carpal tunnel syndrome arthritis?
Arthritis can mimic the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Although also very painful and possibly caused by a medical problem such as rheumatoid arthritis, in general, arthritis is not the same thing as carpal tunnel syndrome. Getting a proper diagnosis is important.

Only 23% of all CTS patients were able to return to work following surgery.

8 ounces of force is necessary to depress one key. Almost 16 tons of force will be exercised by your fingers.

CTS affects 1 percent of the general population and 5 percent of the working population.

Carpal tunnel surgery has about a 57% failure rate following patients from 1-day to 6-years.

CTS accounts for the highest average number of days lost at work.

Women are twice as likely to develop CTS.

Carpal Tunnel surgery is the 2nd most common surgery, over 230,000 per year.

More than 8 million people are affected by carpal tunnel syndrome each year.

If you type 40 words a minute : you press 12,000 keys per hour or 96,000 keys per 8-hour day.

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Typical People with Carpal Tunnel

Computer Users

Computer Users

Are you feeling hand and wrist pain from sitting at a desk all day working on the computer? You’ve probably a more ergonomic chair, a different keyboard, gel wrist pads to hopefully get some relief from the constant pressure on the median nerve in your hands… but this still doesn’t stop the gnawing, constant pain you get and now it seems to be showing up more often. Your doctor may have prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs of some sort or a wrist splint to help keep your hand somewhat immobilized (which might make it impossible for you to do your job). Your doctor might have given you steroid injections, suggested the option of painful and pricey carpal tunnel surgery… or even told you to find another profession. What???

There’s good news! There is something available and it is not a drug and doesn’t involve risky surgery. It’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Contractors

Contractors

You learned your trade from the best. You love building and wiring and fixing and helping folks. Suddenly you’re having pain in the wrist… and then the other. Your doctor said it’s carpal tunnel syndrome and you need to wear a wrist splint to immobilize the wrists. That sure will make it tougher to get inside tight spaces or the repetitive motions you do every single day, six and sometimes seven days a week. You could try steroid injections and hope and pray that those work for at least a little while. Or you could have surgery, which will likely keep you out of work and laid up for weeks, maybe months. You can’t afford that. You have customers and deadlines and inspections set up for the next 6 months. So then the doc says, “Well, find another job.” Really???

There’s good news! There is something available and it’s not a drug. It doesn’t involve surgery and it’s really easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Cooks

Cooks

You landed a great job as a chef. You’re working in a restaurant stirring, flipping, mashing and beating all day. One day, out of nowhere, you noticed a painful twinge in your wrist. You’ve been powering through the pain for two years now but it has gotten to the point where you really are in bad shape. After perfecting your trade, going to the finest culinary school and getting the perfect job, your fears are confirmed when your doctor tells you that the pain you’ve been suffering is carpal tunnel syndrome. If steroid injections, anti-inflammatory medications or a wrist splint don’t work for you to keep your wrist(s) immobilized, you might need surgery. Great. You can’t take the time off and who knows if it will really work.

The good news is that there is something available and it is not a drug and it doesn’t involve a surgeon. It’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Dentists

Dentists

You finished paying off your school loans a few years ago. Now you have a thriving and growing dental practice in a beautiful office with the most current, state-of-the-art equipment. This is what you’ve been waiting for! You did it! Suddenly you feel some hand pain and tingling and your heart drops. You know enough about medicine to know it could be median mononeuropathy or even carpal tunnel syndrome. You’re thinking to yourself, “How can I work in my patient’s mouths doing such fine, detailed work five days a week when I’m in such pain and can’t twist my hand or maneuver my fingers?” You’re thinking of how difficult it’ll be to work if you have to wear a wrist brace. If your doctor suggests surgery, that is surely going to keep you out of the office for weeks to months. How about steroid injections? Injections might not even work, and if they do, they’ll need to be repeated often. There has to be an answer.

We’ve got good news! There’s something available to help you and it’s not a drug. It doesn’t involve surgery and it’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the painful symptoms. It has been shown to open up the median nerve that’s causing the pain thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Diabetics

Diabetics

You were diagnosed with type II diabetes a few years ago, and if that’s not bad enough, now you’re feeling tingling, periodic numbness and pain in your hands and wrists. It’s gotten so bad that you went to the doctor and she told you that now you’ve got carpal tunnel syndrome to add to your list of awful things that go along with your diabetes. Whenever you do any motions that involve bending, turning, or twisting of your wrists or hands, you are feeling more pain in your hands. Your feet hurt from diabetic neuropathy and now your hands hurt, also. You’re taking so many medications already, do you really want to add more? What about steroid injections to temporarily alleviate the pain? Or what about surgery? The doctor explained that the nerve damage in your hands is the result of a combination of factors and the best course of treatment to hopefully permanently get rid of the pain is surgery. Only there are risks with that expensive surgery, the recuperation period can take up to a month or two, and in the long run it may not work anyhow.

While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Hair Stylists

Hairstylists

Ever since you were a little kid, you always wanted to be a hairdresser. You got your little sister to let you use her as a model… and she loved what you did! As soon as you graduated high school, you started hair design school… and now you’ve found your niche plus you have real talent and a loyal clientele! The problem is that after 1600 hours of school and training as well as years of working 8 hours a day (and more on Thursdays) spent cutting, styling, coloring, combing, brushing, blow drying, and all the other repetitive motions required, you’re starting to feel tingling and pain in your hands and wrists. So you purchased a wrist splint but it probably made it difficult to make the same movements you always have made and the pain doesn’t go away. Doing your job is now actually painful. The doctor told you it’s carpal tunnel syndrome and if nothing you’ve tried so far has worked to alleviate your pain, you might need surgery. The surgery is not only costly but it requires downtime of weeks or more. You can’t do that or you’ll be out of business after a few weeks.

The good news is that there’s something available and it’s not a drug. It doesn’t involve surgery and it’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve that’s causing the pain thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Office Workers

Office Workers

Are you feeling hand and wrist pain from sitting at a desk all day working on the computer? You’ve probably a more ergonomic chair, a different keyboard, gel wrist pads to hopefully get some relief from the constant pressure on the median nerve in your hands… but this still doesn’t stop the gnawing, constant pain you get and now it seems to be showing up more often. Your doctor may have prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs of some sort or a wrist splint to help keep your hand somewhat immobilized (which might make it impossible for you to do your job). Your doctor might have given you steroid injections, suggested the option of painful and pricey carpal tunnel surgery… or even told you to find another profession. What???

There’s good news! There is something available and it is not a drug and doesn’t involve risky surgery. It’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

Pregnant Women

Pregnant Women

You are pregnant and heading into your fifth month. You feel great and are busy getting your life prepared for new addition to your home. While working at the computer at work one day, you felt a pain in your hand and wrist. One doctor’s appointment later, you were told that you have carpal tunnel syndrome, brought about by the pregnancy. But you feel great… or at least you did until now. Swelling during pregnancy causes pressure on a key nerve between the hand and wrist. The pain can be excruciating and it can get worse at night when you lie down to sleep. Somewhere around 25% of pregnant mommies suddenly develop carpal tunnel syndrome and generally it tends to disappear once the baby is born. But it hurts RIGHT NOW and besides your job, you’ve got a household to prepare for the baby. So what can you do? You can try a wrist brace to see if that helps. You probably don’t want to have cortisone or other steroid injections, to help reduce the swelling in the median nerve of the hand, and you certainly don’t want to do that while you’re pregnant. If your symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome go away after you give birth, then great… but in the meantime what do you do?

While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the pain without drugs of any kind and without risky surgery. It has been shown to open up the median nerve thus helping to relieve the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that at this time in your life, you do have a problem for the next few months during your pregnancy. With luck, it will go away completely once your bundle of joy arrives. But in the meantime, there is hope for relief.

Weightlifters

Weightlifters

Since you’ve been lifting weights, you are in the best condition of your life. For you, it wasn’t simple and you first had some pounds to shed. You started pyramiding and it just felt natural but even when you started lifting, you weren’t an easy gainer. Now, it’s not only physical benefits like being shredded, or vascularity and boulders you’re seeing from lifting weights. It’s helping your mood and others are noticing the change in your body, too. One day, you felt a twinge in your hand and wrist so you went to the doctor who told you you’ve got to lay off the weights for a while – or forever – because you have carpal tunnel syndrome. You already wear wrist braces from time to time. You could have steroid injections in your wrist but then you can’t compete. The doctor suggests surgery which is expensive and risky with a long downtime before you can start lifting again. You’re seriously wondering what you can do so you can continue to train and maintain the gains you’ve worked so hard to achieve.

There’s good news! There is something available which is not a drug and it’s easy to use. It’s called CarpalAID. While CarpalAID is not a cure for carpal tunnel syndrome, it does help alleviate the symptoms and has been shown to open up the median nerve thus relieving the effects of the swelling and the constant painful reminder that you do have a problem.

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