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Generally, once a patient presents with carpal tunnel syndrome, they're going to need some sort of treatment, whether it be conservative or surgical. Generally, I would start with a period of immobilization and oftentimes that's all patients need is activity modification to prevent the nerve from being irritated by risk flexion and extension.

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Matthew Enna, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon

Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Completed fellowships at Brown University and UCLA

Specialties include sports medicine, trauma, and hand surgery

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