Severe Spondylosis With Left Hand Carpal Tunnel Syndrome What Is Your Advised Treatment

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Audrey Says:
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I have been suffering from sever spondylosis with numbness in the fingers. The treatment advised was traction and pain killers, which did not really solve my problem. Now for the past few years i found numbness in my left hand fingers throughout the day which makes it very difficult for me to do my work. I was asked to do a nerve test which diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome and was advised surgery and a vitamin tablet for the nerve. I did have the surgery; however i opted for acupuncture treatment, which did give me relief for a period of time but now it is persist even more.

I find this numbness when i exert myself with work.

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Mary Says:
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Have the same experience. had carpal tunnel surgery years ago. Also having sciatic pain etc

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