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Radial Tunnel Syndrome Treatment

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The most important way you can relieve your symptoms is to avoid the repetitive movements that caused the problem.  If repetitive movements are part of your job, you should take frequent breaks and modify your work duties.  An occupational therapist can evaluate your workstation and may be able to help you prevent injuries. 
 
Your doctor can refer you to a hand therapist or occupational therapist for splinting and rehabilitation.  A splint will position your arm to allow the radial nerve to heal.  At rehabilitation, you will learn proper ways to do your activities to reduce irritating the radial nerve.  Your therapist will use modalities, such as icing and heat to ease your pain.  You will also learn exercises to keep your forearm and hand muscles healthy

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