Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Numbness, tingling and aching in the hand from a pinched nerve at the wrist.
Catching, locking, swelling, and pain in the fingers.
Stiffness, pain at the base of the thumb with pinching, with turning keys, or opening jars.
Lumps or bumps in the hand or fingers that occur near joints and slowly increase in size. Pain occurs with direct pressure and motion of the joint.
Pain along the thumb side of the wrist that occurs with pinching or grasping with the thumb.
Nodules and thick bands of tissue in the palm of the hand that may cause finger contractures.
Pain and swelling in the fingers or hand after direct trauma to the hand with swelling and deformity.
Injury to the wrist after a fall or direct impact the results in pain, swelling and often deformity around the wrist.
Pain, stiffness, swelling and progressive loss of motion of the fingers and wrist.