Dallas Fort Worth Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Grapevine and Dallas, TX

Are you in need of carpal tunnel syndrome treatment in Dallas ? If so, hand specialist Dr. Pedro Loredo can be of assistance.

The Loredo Hand Care Institute has been helping Dallas area hand care patients for years. Schedule an appointment today to be on your way to less pain.

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The carpal tunnel is a narrow, bony passageway in the wrist connecting the hand to the arm through which several tendons and the median nerve pass. When the tendons within the carpal tunnel become inflamed or swell they can compress the median nerve, resulting in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.


What Are the Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include the following:

  • Numbness or tingling sensation in the hands (one or both)
  • Sharp pain in the hand which radiates to the arm and/or shoulder
  • Muscle weakness of the index and middle fingers and thumb
  • Discomfort or aching in hands (one or both)
  • Inability or difficulty grasping or holding objects due to lack of feeling in hands
  • Inability or difficulty performing tasks which require fine hand motor skills

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be particularly painful when you first wake in the morning, due to the natural curling up of your hands while you sleep.

The Endoscopic Release System

The Endoscopic Release System is a highly advanced technology which provides access to the carpal tunnel through one small incision. The Endoscopic Release procedure helps with hand pain, numbness and tingling associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Additional advantages of the minimally-invasive Endoscopic Release System include:

  • A 98% surgery success rate
  • Minimal scarring
  • Same-day use of the hand(s)
  • Better visualization of the hand anatomy
  • Peace of mind knowing you are benefiting from the safest and most advanced technology available

What Can I Expect After Carpal Tunnel Surgery?

Carpal tunnel release using the Endoscopic Release System is an outpatient procedure in which Dr. Loredo is able to access the carpal tunnel endoscopically through a tiny opening at the wrist.

This access allows Dr. Loredo to cut only the carpal tunnel ligament, unlike other more invasive procedures which require the surgeon to cut through skin, fat, fascia and muscle to access the carpal tunnel.

This minimally-invasive approach provides for instantaneous relief from pain for most patients and a much faster recovery time. Most patients will be able to regain full unrestricted use of their wrists in a week or less.

Dr. Pedro Loredo, can help you with your carpal tunnel hand pain, numbness, and tingling. " Heavenly Father, please take my hands and guide them. Grant me the strength to help my patients and their families. The skill to ease their suffering the understanding to diagnose their needs. The kindness of heart to care fort them and reassure their fear. Please be beside me on each and every case as I rely on you the greatest of healers. Amen."

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
The causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome vary but can include:

  • Injury to the wrist causing inflammation or swelling around the tendons
  • Fluid retention (e.g. during pregnancy)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Diabetes
  • Repetitive finger, wrist, or hand motions for long durations or to extremes

How do I know if I have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Only a doctor can definitively diagnose Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. We recommend seeking the opinion of a medical professional if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Numbness or tingling sensation in the hands
  • Sharp pain in the hand which radiates to the arm and/or shoulder
  • Muscle weakness of the index and middle fingers and thumb
  • Discomfort or aching in hands (one or both)
  • Inability or difficulty grasping or holding objects due to lack of feeling in hands
  • Inability or difficulty performing tasks which require fine hand motor skills

Having carpal tunnel hand pain, numbness, and tingling. Dr. Pedro Loredo, Fellowship Trained and Board Certified Hand Surgeon is here to help you. www.loredohands.com 972-939-4974

Is there anything I can do to prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
You can do the following to try and prevent or ease symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome:

  • Avoid flexing or extending your wrists repeatedly
  • Avoid repetitive grasping while your wrist is flexed
  • Keep your wrists straight as much as possible even during sleep using wrist braces as an aid
  • Rest your hands and wrists frequently and perform stretching exercises

Featured Story - Charles, Carpal Tunnel Patient

Dr. Pedro Loredo had the privilege to treat Charles, a professional farrier. Charles had been suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for years and had lost all function of his hands.

After his minimally-invasive Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release System procedure, he is back fitting horses for shoes. We are thrilled we could be part of allowing Charles to return to doing what he loves to do!

Contact the Loredo Hand Care Institute

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or would like to learn more about our practice in the Dallas area, please contact us today to schedule an appointment or get your free insurance check.


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