Wrist nerve decompression

We have experience in fixing the problem.

The most frequent hand problem is a tingling feeling in the fingers which occurs mostly at night and whose cause is a compression of the wrist's median nerve (tunnel or carpel tunnel).

If the nerve test (EMG) reveals that there is a significant reduction in electric conduction, surgery under local anesthesia allows improving the nerve's circulation and decreasing numbness in the fingers (carpel tunnel decompression).