Carpal tunnel surgery, also called carpal tunnel release (CTR) and carpal tunnel decompression surgery, is a surgery in which the transverse carpal ligament is divided. It is a treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome and recommended when there is static (constant, not just intermittent) numbness, muscle weakness, or atrophy, and when night-splinting no longer controls intermittent symptoms of pain in the carpal tunnel.
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Everyone was very attentive, told me what was going to happen.
Short waiting time and professional attention to my symptom.
Got in on time. Received a complete explanation of the procedure, and answered all questions. It went quick, and painless, and everything went as advertised.
I have been to both the Hartford and Enfield offices and have found all the staff to be very professional and helpful. I have had an unfortunate experience with health issues in the past 2 years, seeking help from Drs. Kimmel, Kruger, and Berkowitz. I found all of the Doctors were very knowledgable, professional, and helpful in treating my injuries. I don't think I could've had a better experience.
He was very good at explaining the procedure and performing the procedure