Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Many people think that Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition of our time when we have become so used to moving our hands and fingers up and down a screen, a mouse, or a keyboard. But the fact of the matter is that carpal tunnel syndrome has been causing pain to humans since long before the invention of the mouse.

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What causes carpal tunnel syndrome?

To understand what causes carpal tunnel syndrome, let’s review some basic anatomy: in the palm of your hand, there is a narrow canal where tendons pass. These tendons allow us to move our fingers. But in some situations, the tendons can expand, resulting in pressure on the median (central) nerve that causes pain.
This is mainly due to repetitive movements, but also due to fractures, bruises, or inflammation. Genetic predisposition may also increase the likelihood of carpal tunnel syndrome.

What does carpal tunnel syndrome feel like?

While pain is the most common symptom of carpal tunnel syndrome, it is not the only one. This condition is sometimes also accompanied by a numb or tingling sensation in the palm. The feelings intensify during the night, and can also be felt in the fingers, forearms, and biceps. Sometimes, the pain will “climb” up your hands.

How common is carpal tunnel syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is not very common. In fact, it is estimated that only 3 to 4 percent of the population will experience it. Women are twice as likely as men to have the syndrome.

How is carpal tunnel syndrome diagnosed?

Your doctor will ask you about the symptoms and check your palm: its motility, the focus of the pain, and more. It will also detect muscle weakness if any.

How is carpal tunnel syndrome treated? Can advanced technology help?

The good news is that sometimes carpal tunnel syndrome can be healed without any treatment or intervention.
However, after you have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, there are different therapies available to help with the pain, the most common one being a brace to limit the mobility if your wrist. Hot compresses can also help you ease the pain. Medical treatments include anti-inflammatory drugs, cortisone injections, or referral to physiotherapy.
It is also essential to adapt your working environment to ease the pressure off your wrist, like using an ergonomic keyboard and mouse.
Only in less common cases will a surgical intervention be required. This is quite effective, but it takes about a month and more to recover.
As a complementary treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome, it is highly recommended to adopt advanced pain relief technologies using home appliances. The best of its kind? “Solio,” which stands out for its user-friendliness and grip comfort. “Solio” is the only device that uses radio waves that penetrate deep inside the wrist tissue. Solio handles a variety of pain types, but not all of them, of course. Please refer to the Consumer Newsletter or information on this site for more information. When you use Solio, you will feel the healing process thanks to the combination of technologies and the sense of heat that penetrates deep inside the wrist.

How is carpal tunnel syndrome treated with “Solio Alfa Cure Plus”?

Apply a thin layer of gel on the device, place the device on the area between the forearm and the fingers of the hand and slide it over the entire treatment area shown in the picture, treating the area for 15-20 minutes once a day. Treatment with the device at level 2 (you must watch the instructional video before using the device for the first time). If you feel excessive heat during the treatment, you can slightly increase the treatment area so that the heat is distributed over a larger area. To obtain an optimal result from the treatment, you must continue with the treatment once a day. Do not stand still in one place. Maintain slow constant movements during the entire duration of the treatment.

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Coordination of expectations: in the palm area you will start to feel relief after 10-20 treatments. Treatment should be continued until the pain is reduced.

It is also important to take care to rest the wrist during the treatment days and not to overstrain the area.  

How can I prevent carpal tunnel syndrome in the future?

As mentioned, an ergonomic, customized work environment, along with joint strengthening exercises, may prevent the recurrence of the pain.

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Customer Success Stories: Carpal Tunnel Relief with Solio

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Chloe Roy
I live in: Toronto, Canada
Have been using Solio for: 8 weeks
Age: 29

I’m new to this technology, so I did a lot of research before I went ahead. I bought Solio based on the technology more than anything else.

No regrets here.

I bought it for my carpal tunnel syndrome. This is a very specific pain, but it affects my ability to work on my computer, and the pain is sometimes so bad that I find it hard to sleep well. I would pay anything to get help, but getting it at home when I want it is even better. I feel much better. Thank you.

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Michael Wilson
Lives in: New York, New York
I have been using Solio for: 4 weeks
Age: 50

I bought this device for my carpal tunnel. I go to a chiropractic doctor who suggested that I might find a pain relief device helpful. I decided to look at different technologies. Eventually, I ordered this device knowing I can return it if it doesn’t help me. I was diligent in doing my daily sessions. I’m still surprised by how much relief I got from it. It is high quality and easy to use. I keep it out so I remember to use it every day even now. It saves me appointments, and I can use it whenever I need.

I hope this review is helpful.

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Anthony Brown
Lives in: Florida
Have been using Solio for: 4 weeks
Age: 69

I have pain in my wrists due to carpal tunnel syndrome. It has become worse over time. Now it hurts me to play golf. I decided to try the Solio Alfa Plus and the results are good. The pain is reduced and I feel better.

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Blanca Martinez
Lives in: San Antonio, Texas
Have been using Solio for: 3 weeks
Age: 72

Since the pandemic, I don’t leave the house if I don’t absolutely have to. I got this from my daughter. My first impression when I removed this unit from the box was that I can do it. It looks nice, it’s lightweight, there is no need to charge or read complicated manuals. I have pain in my wrists and joints due to carpal tunnel and arthritis. I like that I can plug it in and use it immediately when I need it, and it has been very helpful.

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Mary Johnson
Lives in: North Carolina
Have been using Solio for: 1+ weeks
Age: —

A little over a week since I started using this on my carpal tunnel, and I can say movement is less painful. I was on Ibuprofen daily to help the pain, and now this is my go-to solution rather than medication. We use technology for so many things, including in medicine, so it’s time for home solutions for pain, especially since COVID. I also love that I can use it without needing someone else to help me with it. I’m happy with how effective it is for my needs.

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Elizabeth Beck
I live in: L.A., California
Have been using Solio for:  4 weeks
Age: 37

I’ve looked online to find the best pain relief machine that would really be helpful. I ordered it and it came in quickly. It has clear instructions on how to use, and comes with a slider gel that you apply on the skin. It turned out to be pleasant. The unit runs smoothly on the skin, with no need for adhesive pads. For me, it’s really soothing and my carpal tunnel pain is much better. I feel it is even more efficient than the TENS unit that my physiotherapist used on me. I’m happy with the purchase.

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