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Were you looking for information about Carpal Tunnel Treatment? Treating carpel tunnel syndrome is a common misspelling and variation of carpal tunnel treatment.
 
There are a number of methods used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. Non-surgical treatment methods typically include medications, exercise, and alternative therapies (such as acupuncture or yoga). If symptoms last for more than six months, or if there is significant damage to the median nerve, carpal tunnel surgery may be recommended. Recurrence of carpal tunnel syndrome following carpal tunnel treatment is rare.
 
(Click Carpal Tunnel Treatment to learn about the different types of carpal tunnel surgery. The full eMedTV article on this topic also provides more in-depth information about non-surgical treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome.)
 
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