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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) Pain Relief Techniques


Temporary relief


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome relief and alternatives to surgery

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin, ibuprofen and other non-prescription pain relievers, may temporarily ease symptoms that have been present for a short time.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome relief and alternatives to surgery

Orally administered diuretics (water pills) can decrease swelling.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome relief and alternatives to surgery

Corticosteroids (prednisone) or the drug lidocaine can be injected directly into the wrist or taken by mouth to relieve pressure on the median nerve and provide immediate temporary relief to mild or intermittent symptoms.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome relief and alternatives to surgery

Steroid injections can cause permanent injury to the nerve if the needle is accidentally placed in the nerve.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome relief and alternatives to surgery

Steroids of any kind should not be taken without a doctor’s prescription. People with diabetes or those who may be predisposed to diabetes should note that use of corticosteroids could make it difficult to regulate insulin levels.


Carpal Tunnel Surgery


     Although symptoms may be relieved immediately after surgery, full recovery from carpal tunnel surgery can take months. Some patients may have infection, nerve damage, stiffness, and pain at the scar. Occasionally the wrist loses strength because the carpal ligament is cut. Physical therapy following surgery will help restore wrist strength. It is also suggested that some patients change or adjust jobs after recovery from surgery.


Alternative therapies for carpal tunnel syndrome


     Acupuncture, chiropractic care, yoga, stretching and strengthening exercises can be helpful to people with carpal tunnel syndrome.


     The Rhythm Touch 2-Way Electrical Muscle Stimulator has proven affective in relieving the pain associated with carpal tunnel Syndrome. By stimulating the muscles, increasing the circulation, and removing blockage the swelling that squeezes the carpal tunnel subsides. The muscle stimulation also increases the strength and reduces the possibility of muscle loss, especially in the base of the thumb.


By increasing the circulation in the area where the pads are placed, it helps restore the electrical balance of the area and draws blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the area. 


Connecting wire lead to the Accu-Roller - Copyright Pain Relief Essentials
Connecting the Rhythm Touch to the Accu-Roller

Using the Accu-Roller - Copyright Pain Relief Essentials
Use Aloe Vera gel as a lubricant for the Accu-Roller

Using the Rhythm Touch Accu Roller - Copyright Pain Relief Essentials
Roll the Accu-Roller over the area



Rhytm Touch Q electrical musscle massager

The Rhythm Touch is found by most people to be very effective in reducing the symptoms of carpal tunnel, repetitive motion pain, and tendonitis.


Rhythm Touch - Complete Kit

Try it now for your arm and wrist pain.

Have the confidence that if you are not satisfied with your results, you have 30 days to return the product without risk.

Our risk free 30 day money back guarantee allows you to try this tool for your own pain relief using the techniques we describe.

Price: $499.00 

Stimulus Price - Just $229.95

Plus USPS shipping of $4.99

Rhythm Touch 2-Way Electrical Muscle Stimulator Kit Contains: Rhythm Touch 2_way Unit, 2 AAA Batteries, 4 2x2 self-adhesive medical pads 2 lead wires (will operate 4 pads), Acu-Roller Mobile Stimulator and Massager Acu-Pen Pressure Point Activator, Facial Pad, Carrying Case, 30 day money back guarantee*






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