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Re: Carpel tunnel rurgery gone wrong
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Posted by lisa
on April 20, 2000 at 15:05:20:
In Reply to: Re: Carpel tunnel rurgery gone wrong posted by Brenda on December 21, 1999 at 00:12:09:
: Did you have the surgery done endoscopically? A lot of times when a carpal tunnel release is done this way nerves and tendons can be lacerated and cause the problems you have had to deal with. I work for a hand surgeon in St. Louis who deals with this sort of problem very frequently. Most of the cases are work related, and most of the failed carpal tunnel releases are endoscopic. Are you any where near St. Louis? If you find a board certified hand surgeon, that would be your best bet for a cure.
Is there any documented data that proves that cts is work related? I am at the beginning of my battle with wc. By neuro doc who is the referring doc has stated that cts is NOT work related. I am a computer operator. I spend 7 hours a day on two computers. Pls help me build my case. Thank you! Pls email ANY advice to BlessingTwo@aol.com. Thankx.
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