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Stabbing pain in thumb top of Hand wrist
Stabbing pain in thumb tip is numb back of hand hurts shooting through wrist wrist is swelled pain going all the way to shoulder got emg dr said no carpol tunnel what could it be it's stating in my other one also NO INJURY
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It may be neuralgia.Treatment for your symptoms will vary depending on the cause, location and severity of the neuralgia. For example, if you are found to have diabetes, strict control of your blood sugars will help relieve the symptoms. If you have a tumour putting pressure on the nerves, you may need surgery to remove it. If you have shingles, you will need medication to treat the infection which will in turn, relieve symptoms of neuralgia.Physiotherapy treatment for neuralgia is focused on decreasing the symptoms of neuralgia and improving muscle strength and overall quality of life. After a detailed assessment by a specialist neurological physiotherapist, your treatment may include: Muscle mobilisationSoft tissue stretchesMuscle strengthening exercisesSensory and proprioceptive stimulationPain managementFacilitation of activities of daily livingHome exercise program Individuals with neuralgia substantially benefit from treatment by a specialist neurological physiotherapist. The advantages include: Increased strength of musclesReturn to normal daily routineDecreased painMaintain muscle lengthMaintain joint range of movementDecreased sensory changesLearn how to manage your painLearn specific exercises to continue at home/work.
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