Carpal tunnel endoscopic decompression

Endoscopic decompression using the Smart Release® system is the most effective and rapid way to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. This cutting-edge, minimally invasive technique can be performed in mere minutes under local anaesthesia and without the need of stitches.

This is the most refined and advanced method for the conclusive treatment of CTS. The technique allows the patient to regain normal use of the hand three times faster than any other type of surgical procedure.

A tiny (1 cm) incision is made in the wrist for insertion of the Smart Release device. The ligament causing nerve compression is then divided with precision. Unlike traditional surgical methods, the skin and muscles of the hand are not injured. Pain is minimal and relief of symptoms immediate.

Highlights

  • Local anaesthesia
  • Quick procedure – about 10 minutes
  • Tiny incision
  • Minimal pain
  • No stitches required
  • Immediate relief of symptoms
  • Use of hand within 24-48 hours
  • Both hands can be treated in a single appointment
  • Safe and proven – Thousands of patients treated with good results

Tangible benefits

  • Immediate relief of symptoms and pain
  • Minimal discomfort, low risk of complications
  • Very short recovery time
  • No postoperative care required

A direct impact on your quality of life

  • Back to work more quickly
  • Rapid resumption of hobbies and sports
  • Minimizes loss of earned income

Answer all the questions and you will receive our free guide, Self Help book for Carpal Tunnel syndrome: the essential guide to a quick recovery.

1. Does your work or personal occupation cause you to perform repetitive manual actions? ( Question 1 / 15 )

2. Do you suffer from numbness or frequent tingling sensations in the palm of your hand or in your fingers (especially thumb, forefinger and middle finger)? ( Question 2 / 15 )
3. Do you feel tingling and numbness especially in your thumb, forefinger, middle finger and fourth finger rather than your little finger? ( Question 3 / 15 )
4. Do you feel numbness or tingling in your fingers when you read a newspaper, drive a car or talk on the phone? ( Question 4 / 15
5. Do you feel numbness in your hand or hands when you raise them above your head? ( Question 5 / 15 )
6. Do you often feel a burning sensation in the palm of your hand or at your fingers? ( Question 6 / 15 )
7. Do you need to shake your hand or hands to try to relieve numbness? ( Question 7 / 15 )
8. Do your fingers seem swollen or clumsy, even if the swelling is not obvious? ( Question 8 / 15 )
9. Do the symptoms seem greater at night or on waking? ( Question 9 / 15 )
10. Have you ever awakened at night feeling the need to shake your hand to alleviate the symptoms? ( Question 10 / 15 )
11. Does splinting at night alleviate symptoms? ( Question 11 / 15 )
12. Do you feel weakness in your hand or wrist? ( Question 12 / 15 )
13. Have you noticed any discomfort or awkwardness when holding objects in your hand or trying to perform certain motions? ( Question 13 / 15 )
14. Do you have difficulty buttoning your clothes or handling small objects? ( Question 14 / 15 )
15. Do you have symptoms in both hands? ( Question 15 / 15 )

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Picture taken 5 days after endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery

Picture taken 5 days after a conventional carpal tunnel surgery

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Self help book for carpal tunnel syndrome: The essential guide to a quick recovery

Dr. Jean-Paul Brutus and Nathalie Brisebois (Occupational Therapist) answer the most frequently asked questions about carpal tunnel syndrome and offer advice to treat the disease without surgery.

Self help book for carpal tunnel syndrome:The essential guide to a quick recovery

Dr. Jean-Paul Brutus and Nathalie Brisebois (Occupational Therapist) answer the most frequently asked questions about carpal tunnel syndrome and offer advice to treat the disease without surgery.

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