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Mary Lou Spear

Nancy Cassidy, I think you have to buy Tom McCall's book to see the asanas, etc.

skythia

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a compression on the the median nerve due to prolong typing, computer gaming and writing. You can check more information on this site and read more articles on our experts advice. http://carpaltunnelhq.com

Nancy Cassidy

I didn't see the ACTUAL asanas or poses shown or discussed here, just that there is a program that works. Where can I find it?

Elizabeth Schonagen

Great article - I put myself through a "yoga wrist revitalization program" a few years ago and am so glad because I came out stronger - no more wrist pain! Check out this article for more stretches and other diagrams to better illustrate what goes on in the carpal tunnel: www.everybodyYoga.us --> The Crane --> "Loving Yoga without Hating your Wrists."

eileen O'Sullivan

i had wanted to pass this on to you, i read it a few weeks ago and thought you might be interested and perhaps benefit from some of the information. There is a mention that fluid retention due to thyroid problems can narrow the carpal tunnel passageway.

Anyway, I hope you are feeling better...
eileen

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