The CarpalAID® Story

 

CarpalAID® Joseph Desinger

The Inventor of the Revolutionary Product that
Relieves Carpal Tunnel Hand Pain

My personal mission is to help people to avoid surgery by using CarpalAID®.

Engineer Joseph Nazari developed CarpalAID® after having been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands and undergoing surgery on one.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused when there is pressure on the median nerve, which passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist and into the palm. Repetitive motion of the hands and wrists, such as typing, assembly-line work, or gaming, and other factors such as pregnancy or diabetes can cause this pressure on the median nerve.

The experience of carpal tunnel surgery was painful and uncomfortable for months afterward, so Nazari decided to come up with an alternative solution to his hand pain.

After a bit of trial and error, he came up with a hand patch that is applied to the palm with a strip of medical-grade adhesive. The concave structure of the patch lifts the soft tissue of the palm, therefore relieving pressure off the median nerve.

I used this prototype every night, or every other night, and pretty soon I didn’t have any hand pain," Nazari said.

He showed the hand patch to a top orthopaedic surgeon at Kerblan-Jobe Surgery Center.

The doctor did an MRI both before and after the CarpalAID®’s use and he was amazed by the results—lifting the soft tissue three millimeters and releasing the pressure on the median nerve relieved carpal tunnel hand pain.

Soon a clinical test was conducted and the results were extremely positive. More than 70 percent of the people in the trial had the same results as Nazari —  their hand pain was gone.

Nazari shared the CarpalAID® patch with more people who suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome hand pain and all agreed it is the only product on the market today that works directly to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome hand pain.

CarpalAID® is now produced in the company's FDA-approved facilities in the U.S.

It can be ordered online at CarpalAID.com or on Amazon.