Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Written by Sandy Efflandt
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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common diagnosis that is often mistaken. A combination of trigger points and nerve entrapments in the forearm can easily and convincingly mimic the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. CTB work has been an incredibly effective approach over the years in relieving the constellation of symptoms that lead physicians to diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome.

Of particular importance are some of the neck and shoulder muscles that are highly vulnerable to dysfunction, particularly the scalenes. This muscle group is one of the most common sources of trigger point dysfunction leading to a carpal tunnel diagnosis.

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