In a few weeks, she had bilateral carpal tunnel release surgery.
What does CTRS stand for?
CTRS stands for Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
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- Center for Technology Risk Studies (University of Maryland)
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- Certified Tax Resolution Specialist (accounting)
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- Cipher Text Request to Send
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Although the incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome increases with age, the results of open carpal tunnel release surgery have been primarily reported in relatively young, more active patients.
Its major value-added function is to coax the PPO's patients to consider alternatives to expensive elective coronary artery bypass, laminectomy, and carpal tunnel release surgery.
Trying to treat Wrist Resting Syndrome with rigid splinting, "ergonomic" keyboards or carpal tunnel release surgery is often futile at best, and sometimes even exacerbates the symptoms, in addition to being expensive," he says.
In his address to the group of 125 Society physicians and therapists with special interest in diseases of the hand, Eberbach said that trying to treat this new syndrome with rigid splinting, "ergonomic" keyboards, or carpal tunnel release surgery has proven futile, expensive and less effective than desired because these treatments are aimed at the wrong cause.