Carpal Tunnel Surgery Why 77% Is Not Successful

March 18, 2010 by  
Filed under carpal tunnel

carpal-tunnel-surgery Here’s a fact that I’m sure you don’t know about carpal tunnel surgery!

77% of all carpal tunnel surgeries fail…YES this is TRUE!

In case you’re wondering how many surgeries that is…a whopping 200,000 per year!

Now why would you even consider it if there is only a 23% that this invasive surgery will work?  That’s just a staggering number that you can’t ignore.

Here are some other important facts you should know about carpal tunnel surgery:

- A 20% – 30% reduction in hand strength resulting in further hand weakness.

- It can create more adhesions and scar tissue which only makes matters worse as other muscles and tendons have to work harder resulting in muscle imbalances and pressure.

- only 23% of post-operative patients return  to their previous professions and careers.

- Most surgeries only deal with the carpal tunnel region of the hand.

- Surgery usually never resolves the root cause of a patients carpal tunnel.

It is not uncommon to hear of people who had to quit their careers way too early because of this stubborn disease. Their wrists and hands become so cramped and numb that it’s a challenge to even make a fist. Surgery is sometimes the final branch that sufferers reach for in search for relief and a cure. There are many documented stories of carpal tunnel sufferers who went the surgery route only to be back at square one 3 months later. In my opinion, surgery is not the solution to curing carpal tunnel syndrome.

So, I hope you take all these facts into mind when/if you are considering carpal tunnel surgery.

If you are serious about curing your carpal tunnel syndrome and want to learn a step-by-step, instructional approach (with Video Tutorials) from the comfort of your own home, simply click on the Learn more button below to watch a short video that will teach you 8 simple steps to cure your carpal tunnel at home, without surgery!

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Comments

3 Responses to “Carpal Tunnel Surgery Why 77% Is Not Successful”

  1. Laurie on June 15th, 2011 3:34 pm

    Yes i do have Carpal Tunnel but sorry i am on a disability, and i can’s afford to pay for your CD…

  2. james myers on August 8th, 2011 6:11 pm

    Yes I have Carpal Tunnel in the Rt. hand and a start in the left hand. can not feel much in the fingers in the Rt. and now it’s starting in the left hand. I’m 76yr old and been cut on enought for one life time, but don’t know what to do about this, this late in life. will pray about it than make up my mine.
    Thank you very much your tip have helped.
    James F. Myers

  3. Betina Løvbeck on February 28th, 2012 3:24 pm

    I think this is important news you have. I’m getting SO FREAKING SCARED of the picture attached to this email. It can’t be true that they open up the entire hand and wrist. This picture should be replaced by a drawing. I’m feeling sick when I watch and think about it….. It’s not fair if you do have a non-surgery method to scare the s… out of us who suffers from CTS with such a picture.

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