Carpal tunnel syndrome afflicts more women
- Wrist watch. Picker, Lauren // Women's Sports & Fitness;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p26
States that over 70 percent of people who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome are women. Findings about wrist shape resulting from a study by Oregon neurophysiologist Patrick Radecki, M.D.
- CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME. Aldridge, Bobby // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Jul2000, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p190
Deals with the carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) among athletes. Risks for the median nerve of the hand; Suggested stretching exercises for CTS; Symptoms and causes of CTS.
- Climbing the carpal ladder. Gallia, Katherine // Natural Health;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p26
Reports on the finding that people who reported the least control over their work have higher risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome. Lack of evidence linking sustained typing and the disorder.
- Carpal tunnel: No worries for typists? // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Aug2001, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p12
Reports the study on the irrelevance of computer keyboard typing to carpal tunnel syndrome in the United States. Percentage of patients positive for carpal tunnel; Occurrence of symptoms; Warning given to researchers.
- Gender adjustment or stratification in discerning upper extremity musculoskeletal disorder risk? Silverstein, Barbara; Fan, Z. Joyce; Smith, Caroline K.; Bao, Stephen; Howard, Ninica; Spielholz, Peregrin; Bonauto, Bavid K.; Viikari-Juntura, Eira // Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health;Mar2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p113
The article presents a study which examines whether gender adjustment for gender masks important exposure differences between men and women for musculoskeletal disorder risk. It reveals that rotator cuff syndrome (RCS) and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) prevalence was 7.1% and 11.3%, respectively,...
- CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: PAIN REDUCTION AFTER MICROAMS TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION. Amanat, Saima; Shahbaz, Naila; Hassan, Yasmeen; Abdullah, Muhammad; Herekar, Arif // Medical Channel;Oct2010, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p531
OBJECTIVE: To determine the reduction of pain score, in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome after treatment with microamps TENS. STUDY DESIGN: Quasi experimental. PLACE AND DURATION OF STUDY: Neurology Department Dow University Of Health Sciences Civil Hospital Karachi, from 27th February 2008...
- Effect of Wrist Angle on Median Nerve Appearance at the Proximal Carpal Tunnel. Loh, Ping Yeap; Muraki, Satoshi // PLoS ONE;Feb2015, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p1
This study investigated the effects of wrist angle, sex, and handedness on the changes in the median nerve cross-sectional area (MNCSA) and median nerve diameters, namely longitudinal diameter (D1) and vertical diameter (D2). Ultrasound examination was conducted to examine the median nerve at...
- High-tech harm? // Current Health 1;May95, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p12
Offers techniques to avoid computer injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Sitting up straight in a comfortable chair with both feet on the floor; Moving hand to hit a hard-to reach key rather than stretching one finger; Relaxing the shoulders; Taking frequent breaks; Stretching. INSET: Eye...
- painful wrists, healing poses. Aschwanden, Christie // Health (Time Inc. Health);May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p62
Discusses how a combination of yoga poses could relieve carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Estimated number of people with CTS in the United States; Percentage of women who have CTS; Typical causes of CTS; Beneficial effects of yoga on CTS. INSET: Alternative NOTES.