Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is numbness/tingling in your first three fingers and weakness in your hands. This is due to a pressure on a nerve called median nerve which runs with other bunch of tendons of the hand through a tunnel called ‘Carpal Tunnel’ in your wrist.
CTS is a common condition where it is usually self-diagnosed by anyone Googling their hand pain symptoms. Most of the time it's not actually carpal tunnel! However there can be other conditions where your hands can go numb and weak like Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Nerve root compression in the neck and even tight forearm muscles.
Seek our experts’ advice and start with a least invasive care prior to resorting to surgery.