Our Neuragenex protocol for pain caused by carpal tunnel syndrome focuses on a neurofunctional pain management approach. We use non-invasive treatments and therapies to reduce inflammation of the median nerve and chronic pain caused by the condition.
Our treatments allow you to avoid pain medications and any side effects they may cause, as well as invasive surgical procedures, which always come with the risk of complications. Additionally, we do not use chiropractic treatments, which aren’t scientifically proven to be effective and have been known to worsen symptoms in some cases.
Finally, we take a holistic approach to treating carpal tunnel syndrome. This means that in addition to treating chronic pain, we also focus on helping our patients make the necessary lifestyle changes to prevent flare-ups and recurrences of the condition. With that in mind, the following are the treatments we use to help manage carpal tunnel syndrome pain:
Electroanalgesia For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain
Electroanalgesia is a non-invasive therapy that has been FDA-approved for over two decades. The treatment uses electrical stimulation to block the nerve signals that cause pain, allowing you to move your hands and wrists more freely without discomfort. It also helps to reduce inflammation in your hands and wrists by stimulating the body’s natural healing process.
It’s important to note that our electroanalgesia therapy differs from the standard TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) treatments used by many medical practitioners. Our advanced protocol utilizes high-pulse electrical stimulation instead of the low-pulse electrical stimulation that TENS units deliver. As a result, our treatment has been proven to provide longer-lasting and more effective pain relief than TENS treatments.
At Neuragenex, we use electroanalgesia as part of our neurofunctional pain management approach to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. It’s one of the most effective ways to treat chronic pain. Yet, it isn’t used as often as traditional medications or surgeries because it requires regular treatments over time. However, each time you use electroanalgesia, you’ll feel relief for a more extended period of time afterward. For electroanalgesia to be as effective as possible, we recommend two weekly sessions for 12 weeks.
IV Therapy For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain
IV therapy is a type of treatment in which a series of nutrient-rich fluids are administered intravenously. We use this therapy in conjunction with electroanalgesia to boost the body’s healing process and reduce inflammation while providing nutrients directly to the cells that can help them repair and regenerate. In addition, administering fluids via IV therapy can also help hydrate the body and promote proper circulation, which is essential for reducing pain.
Lifestyle Counseling For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain
As part of our holistic approach to pain management, we also offer lifestyle counseling for carpal tunnel syndrome. In addition to using electroanalgesia and IV therapy, we also focus on educating patients to make positive changes to their lifestyle that will reduce pain and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome while also providing support and encouragement throughout the process. Doing so can help mitigate the risk of further injury or damage by ensuring you take the necessary precautions to protect your hands.
Additionally, proper education and counseling can help patients feel empowered to make changes in their lives that will help reduce their pain and improve their overall quality of life. Knowing that they have the tools and resources to manage their symptoms can also contribute to a positive mental state that will improve their quality of life.