Monthly Archives: May 2011

Relationship between Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and neck range of motion

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a painful condition of your arm that is mainly characterized by a variety of symptoms in your hand, including numbness, tingling, loss of grip strength, and pain at night.¬† The “carpals” are the bones in your hand and they form an arch or tunnel that houses many structures, including the […]

Finally, some good news for those with Fibromyalgia:walking works!

Many of my Fibromyalgia patients have multiple complaints of musculoskeletal pain,¬†especially back and neck pain, that can make even routine daily activities seem daunting.¬† I just read an encouraging article by a group of Swedish researchers who found that high intensity Nordic walking for 20 minutes twice a week “significantly boosted function without any exacerbation […]