Carpal Tunnel Syndrome TCM Therapy

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Definition of carpal tunnel syndrome

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definition of carpal tunnel syndromeCarpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is also called the tardive paralysis of the median nerve. It belongs to the symptom of "cumulative disorder of hurt" which is common among the office ladies from 30-50. It refers to the pain and numbness of the forefinger and middle finger and asthenia of the thumb muscle due to the pressure on the meridians of hand when the nervi medianus enter into the hand.

The carpal tunnel is a kind of fiber pipe of bone and its radialis are navicular bone and large multangular bone; it’s ulnar are lenticular bone and unciform bone; its dorsal part are skull, navicular bone and small multangular bone; it’s palmar is ligamenta carpi transversum. There are the flexor pollicis longus muscle tendon, flexor digitorum superficialis, flexor digitorum profundus tendon and the median nerve in the tunnel carpal. The CTS can be caused by the pressure on the median nerve due to any reasons of pressing or reducing the volume of the tunnel carpal.

This disease belongs to the category of "bi zheng" (numbness symptom) in TCM. Its pathogenic factors include the cold-dampness blocking tendon, wind-evil attacking muscle or the blockage of blood circulation due to the blood stasis in the meridians after sudden dropping.

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