Blood Flow Related to Nerve Function in CTS in Fanwood & Scotch Plains

Blood Flow Related to Nerve Function in CTS in Fanwood & Scotch Plains

Blood Flow Related to Nerve Function in CTS Patients. Using advanced imaging techniques, researchers have observed that adopting non-neutral wrist positions can reduce intraneural blood flow velocity in the median nerve of patients with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).A prolonged reduction in blood flow within the nerve itself could result in long-term damage to related blood vessels, which is one reason doctors of chiropractic advise patients to avoid awkward hand positions during everyday activities and to use a wrist brace while sleeping.

Fanwood & Scotch Plains Chiropractor Eric Chludzinski of Fanwood Back Relief Center explains blood flow related to nerve function in CTS.

Journal of the Neurological Sciences, January 2020

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