by Ann
(Hyde Park, Ut, USA)

I've had carpal tunnel syndrome for 2 years and in July (a few months ago) I had the nerve conduction test.

Yes, there were shocks and some needles, but honestly the pain and all that from the carpal tunnel were a lot worse than the nerve conduction test and I've had no problems since from the test.

But I had the carpal tunnel surgery four weeks ago and I'm not too thrilled with that. My left hand was done which was a severe category but it's healed EXCEPT that the wrist area is red and bumpy and hurts quite a bit.

Where's my 30 day money back guarantee? No actually I know there is no guarantee but I sure hope it gets better. Won't get the other hand done until the left heals - don't need this


Joshua Answers:

Hi Ann.

Thanks for sharing.

So you had numbness and tingling, and that's why you got a diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

And post-carpal tunnel surgery, your current symptoms are just pain/irritation at the surgery site?

Money back guarantee. Ha! That's funny. :)

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Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
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