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The two major types of CTRS are open and endoscopic. Most surgeons perform open surgery, which is widely considered to be the gold standard. However, many surgeons are now performing endoscopic techniques. Open surgery involves a small incision somewhere on the palm about an inch or two in length. Through this the liga... more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
141
77%
Depression
1
100%
Overall, 77% (142 Members) find Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery helpful
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Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery Reviews

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Working / Worked
I had bilateral endoscopic carpul tunnel surgery on both of my hands at the same time. I've since had a trigger finger on both of my hands and have had 2 cortizone shots on each of my hands. I'm allowed one more set of shots and then I'd have to talk about having surgery on them. Well, that was 3 yrs. ago for the last set of shots. So far, so good. I'm PRAYING I won't need the others.
as long as I go to my weekly appointments witch is 2 times a week it helps alot. and yes I said 2times a week.
Working / Worked
I had my surgery 22 years ago on my right hand only and it pretty much has relieved my symptoms, but there are times when I have a twinge of pain.
Working / Worked
worked to a certain extend
on my right hand works great. getting ready to have left side done tommorrow.
Working / Worked
Surgery was not a problem. Still recovering and slowly gaining strength in the wrist again.
Working / Worked
On 12/16/2011 I had surgery on my left hand, and then on 2/17/2012, I had surgery done on my right hand & it has been such a wonderful thing for me. My hands are both somewhat weaker & I have some pain & tenderness, but I am still in the healing process. The surgery was a life saver for me.
Working / Worked
It been working, just use the computer in my job and personal. My stitches popped when I had the surgery, because I was not able to be in rotation in my job. I had to do the same job all the time.
Sorta, kinda. I think I waited to long for the surgery
Working / Worked
After physical therapy made it worse, i chose surgery. Pain gone immediately. There is slight soreness in palms still and strength is still returning (6weeks post-op). I worked last 3 days (housekeeper) and now they are really swollen and I cannot make a fist.
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