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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

2012-11-19T14:22:51+00:00

Dr. Norman B. Gaylis Symptoms related to problems from the carpal tunnel are a very frequent cause of patients coming to my office. Very often the diagnosis has been missed, ignored or misdiagnosed, because of the nonspecific complaints the patient demonstrates. The carpal tunnel is a joint in the lower forearm formed by the bones [...]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome2012-11-19T14:22:51+00:00

Other disorders of wrist and hand

2012-11-19T14:20:58+00:00

Dr. Norman B. Gaylis De Quervain's tendonitis is a fairly common condition that I see in my office. The patient presents with pain at the base of the thumb, which radiates up the forearm, in particular. The pinching or grasping the thumb or finger also aggravates the condition. Any up and down movement of the [...]

Other disorders of wrist and hand2012-11-19T14:20:58+00:00

What is Raynaud’s Phenomenon

2012-11-19T14:18:54+00:00

Dr. Norman B. Gaylis Raynaud's phenomenon is a problem that results because of deficient blood flow in the extremities, in particular the fingers and the toes. It is a condition named after the physician who first described it, Dr. Maurice Reynaud in France. This condition classically occurs after exposure to the cold. At times, it [...]

What is Raynaud’s Phenomenon2012-11-19T14:18:54+00:00
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