Dealing with the daily symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be frustrating and painful. If you have suffered with hands that are numb, tingling or awaken you at night, the HandGuyMD Patient Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is for you. Dr. Wren McCallister started HandGuyMD to help people better understand complex conditions affecting the hand and upper extremity. With a better understanding of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, you can make informed decisions about prevention, therapy, and treatment.
As a successful hand surgeon, Dr. McCallister sees patients every day who want an increased quality of life that comes with relief from the tingling and numbness in their hands. This means higher quality sleep, improved hand function and the ability to perform everyday tasks without difficulty. Getting your life back!
This special HandGuyMD Patient Guide works as an accompaniment to the HandGuyMD.com online resource, which offers information, instructional videos and interactive communities developed to support people with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Free access to HandGuyMD.com is included with your purchase of the HandGuyMD Patient Guide, and together they will help you to:
• Increase your understanding of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, what it is and what it isn’t.
• Determine if you have the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Improve the quality of your interactions with treatment providers
• Understand an evidence-based treatment program that may resolve symptoms
• Take steps to prevent the development of symptoms using the prevention program
If you are tired of simply dealing with the inconvenience, disruption and pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, take a step toward recovery today and get Help for Your Hands by joining HandGuyMD’s proven path to better health.
Wren V. McCallister, MD, MBA, Board-Certified in both Orthopedics and Hand Surgery, practices in Edmonds, Washington. Recognized for excellence in patient care with numerous “Top Doctor” awards including Seattle Met Magazine and Castle Connolly, his award-winning work in clinical and basic science research has been published in the Journal of Hand Surgery, Hand Clinics of North America, Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedic Clinics of North America, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery, Neurosurgery Clinics of North America, and Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. Dr. McCallister is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery and is an Active Member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and American Association for Hand Surgery. Dr. McCallister’s focus now is on simplifying the complex nature of medical and surgical care as it relates to conditions affecting the hand and upper extremity.