Do you have carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms?
Continuing on with various reasons of how we might develop carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, this the pronator teres. The function of this muscle is to pronate the hand. Sometimes people get what is called pronator teres syndrome which can often be misdiagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome. Because the median nerve runs under the pronator teres, any tightness of that muscle can compress the median nerve leading to carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. A therapist with skilled hands can evaluate and properly treat the correct area and ease symptoms of carpal tunnel symptoms.
Charles Trinh MS, PES, CSCS, LMT