NEW BOOK TELLS HOW PEOPLE WITH CARPAL TUNNEL PROBLEMS CAN GET RELIEF WITHOUT SURGERY.
EAST NORRITON, PA. A newly published book spells out in detail how people with carpal tunnel syndrome do not have to suffer needlessly, nor do they always have to think of surgery as their only help. Statistics show that fully, 50% of the half million Americans who undergo surgery for this ailment each year can obtain full or partial relief by more conservative treatment.
Light at the End of the Carpal Tunnel by Dr. Scott M. Fried is for people experiencing symptoms, pain and emotional trauma from nerve disease of the upper extremities and who have never received a complete diagnosis or an effective treatment plan. James Cox, Editor and Chief of the Midwest Book Review says, “This easily readable book surveys the true nature of nerve problems and discusses the six important points to consider before having surgery. It is a must for carpal tunnel suffers as well as members of their family who can give vital help and support.”
Light at the End of the Carpal Tunnel – A Guide to Understanding and Relief from the Pain of Nerve Problems is available in paperback from all book sellers.
After Scott Fried graduated from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1981 he studied at the Thomas Jefferson University Hand Center under Dr. James Hunter, world renowned expert on hand surgery, thoracic outlet and brachial plexus problems. He is currently Director of the Montgomery County Hand Center in suburban Philadelphia, one of the first facilities in the country to offer both traditional and alternative care in the diagnosis and treatment of complex nerve problems in the upper extremities.