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South Dakota Sufferers Can Take Steps to Alleviate Carpal Tunnel Pain


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9/27/2012
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Do you know someone who suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome? Many of us do. To most people, carpal tunnel syndrome is so common that they don’t understand the complications associated with this personal injury. Carpal tunnel syndrome can effectively put a halt to your work and daily activities. The pain can be so sharp and intense that even the strongest person has difficulty holding or grasping items, working on a computer, or performing fine motor tasks.

If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome in South Dakota or if you are at risk for this personal injury, be sure to take steps to decrease the pain or to prevent carpal tunnel from occurring:

  • Vary tasks throughout the day so you do not put continuous pressure on the wrist 
  • Use ergonomic systems to minimize the stress and strain on the wrist
  • Take breaks
  • Stretch
  • Decrease the amount of force and grip that you use
  • Keep your hands warm

Regardless of whether you work at a desk job or on a construction site, you could suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. This injury does not have to occur at work; it could result from an accident or trauma. For additional information on the causes of carpal tunnel syndrome and how we can help you, read our library article, A Sioux Falls Personal Injury Lawyer Shares Causes of Debilitating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

The Sioux Falls personal injury attorneys at Zimmer, Duncan & Cole, LLP, want to speak with you if you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. Our team of experienced lawyers is deeply rooted in South Dakota, and we are here to help. Call our offices in Sioux Falls or Parker at (888) 733-2992 today. We will review your case for free.



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