Cranston, RI Chiropractor Dr. Mark Mulak Treats Rhode Island Residents With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Grocery store clerks, beauticians, factory and office workers and many others, receive micro-traumas to their hands & wrists. Vibration and repetitive motions can result in a condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome.
If you suffer from the any of the following symptoms, pain, tingling, numbness, weakness or loss of strength in your hand, then you need a Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Evaluation. The carpal tunnel is formed by the bones of the wrist and it encloses the tendons, nerves and blood vessels. The Median nerve is the major nerve controlling the thumb, index finger and middle finger. Inflammation within the region causes pressure on the median nerve and the symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. Other problems within the neck, shoulders and arms can have a large impact of the severity of these symptoms.
For the last 7 years, Dr. Mark Mulak of Cranston, RI has been treating Rhode Islanders who have Carpal Syndrome. His cutting-edge techniques include laser therapy and Kinesio Taping. With these treatments, patients can often ovoid surgery. More information can be found at www.citysidechiropractic.com.
After a thorough consultation and examination, Dr. Mulak will perform specific therapy as a well as chiropractic care where needed to help normalize structure and reduce nerve irritation. Exercise as well as a nutritional advice will help accelerate the healing process. With time, conservative chiropractic care has produced excellent results with carpal tunnel problems.
To learn more about carpal tunnel syndrome and chiropractic care provided by Dr. Mark Mulak, please call 401-272-5710. CitySide Chiropractic Center proudly serves Rhode Island residents from Providence RI, Cranston RI, Warwick RI, Pawtucket RI and Johnston RI.
Note to Editors: Dr. Mark Mulak, DC is available as an expert source on chiropractic. Please call him at 401-272-5710.
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