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September 13, 2018
Filing for Disability After Carpal Tunnel or Repetitive Stress Injuries

Filing for Disability After Carpal Tunnel or Repetitive Stress Injuries

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common medical condition involving numbness, tingling, or other symptoms in the hand and arm that is the result of a compressed nerve in the carpal tunnel—the narrow passageway on the palm side of your wrist comprised of bones and ligaments. Carpal tunnel syndrome is considered a repetitive stress injury that is usually caused by a person performing the same function repeatedly or being in an awkward position. Repetitive stress injuries go by a variety of names, including repetitive motion injuries, repetitive strain injuries, regional musculoskeletal disorder, overuse syndrome, cumulative trauma disorder, and occupational overuse syndrome. […]