[Clayart] Carpal tunnel

Carol Barclay carol at barclaystudios.com
Wed Oct 19 16:12:16 EDT 2016


Dorothy,
I have had a significant problem with my joints lately and my PC suggested acupuncture. I am 3 sessions in and  notice a marked improvement, even in the knees where I'm told I have bone-on-bone.
Wishing you a speedy recovery,
Carol

> On Oct 19, 2016, at 11:48 AM, Dorothy Parshall <dorothyp at whidbey.com> wrote:
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> When I thought I might have carpal tunnel - after resting from potting for 3 weeks - I went to our wonderful chiropractor for something else. After sorting that out, I asked, btw, if he knew anything about CT. "Yes, I know it people get operated on for it when it is, actually, often in the shoulders." Right then and there, he fixed my shoulders. No more pain in wrists - at least not for the last 25 years. Of course he was a super excellent old timer who would give me a re-alignment once or twice a year - all I needed. My experience of other chiropractors, in other places, has not been as good. Training makes a huge difference.
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> Dorothy
> Ontario
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>> On Oct 19, 2016, at 2:11 AM, Gina Mars wrote:
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>> Hi All, I was wondering if anyone had any advice on a possible carpal tunnel problem.
>> I am aware I have it to some degree but didn't think it was that serious until recently.After scraping paint and wallpaper off a room for about four hours a month ago, I noticed my hands became hot and stiff in the joints of the figures, palms where they meet the fingers, wrists on the outside near the ball like bone and up to the elbow. The pain was bad enough where I needed a special anti inflammatory. Does anyone think this is all carpal tunnel, just overworked or something else?
>> The meds were for a possible knee issue, not the hands but they work.
>> Thanks
>> Gina Mars
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>> Sent from my iPhone
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