Have any of you gone through the surgery either without any therapy after or with therapy so many weeks after the therapy? I\'m still numb - just like before the surgery. Have any of you experienced that? My doctor/surgeon had nothing to say about the remaining numbness, but the PT said it could take up to a YEAR for the nerve to regenerate. I fear it\'s permanent nerve damaage or he clipped the nerve during surgery or something. All my dr. said was because I had an acute case of CTS instead of chronic, that I would have residual symptons (forever!) I\'m curious as to other\'s experiences with the CTS (open) release surgery and the aftercare and the recovery. Any opinions or experiences? Thanks
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