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Carpal tunnel syndrome and the "double crush" hypothesis ...

Upton and McComas claimed that most patients with carpal tunnel syndrome not only have compressive lesions at the wrist, but also show evidence of damage to cervical nerve roots. This "double crush" hypothesis has gained some popularity among chiropractors because it seems to provide a rationale for adjusting the cervical spine in treating carpal tunnel syndrome. Here

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Carpal tunnel syndrome and the "double crush" hypothesis ...

21.04.2008  Upton and McComas used the double crush hypothesis to explain why patients with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) sometimes feel pain in the forearm, elbow, upper arm, shoulder, chest, and upper back. They also used it to explain failed attempts at surgical repairs when neither surgery nor CTS diagnosis appeared faulty. They claimed that most patients with CTS

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Double-Crush Risks and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - ChiroTrust

01.01.2008  Double-Crush Risks and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome January 1, 2008 by ChiroTrust Most people with carpal tunnel symptoms think the source of their problem is located in the wrist. While the wrist and hand may be the site of most of your symptoms, the real cause or causes can reside elsewhere along the course of the median nerve, even in the neck.

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The Double Crush Nerve Syndrome Often Overlooked As A ...

21.02.2014  The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel syndrome (an analysis of 1,000 cases of carpal tunnel syndrome) In this study, the authors reviewed 1,000 cases of carpal tunnel syndrome and found that in 888 patients (89%), “there is a statistically significant incidence of bilaterality in patients with cervical arthritis.” They note that their findings “lend further support

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New Research on the “Double Crush” Link to Carpal Tunnel ...

01.06.2008  Carpal tunnel syndrome patients often complain of neck pain. The same nerves that go through the wrist tunnel, emerge from the neck and can be compressed or irritated at the neck joints. If the nerve is pinched in these two areas, it has been referred to as a “double crush.” Because of this irritation at the neck, focusing only on the wrist for treatment may not

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The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel ...

01.06.1985  Thus, unilateral carpal tunnel syndrome is the predominant finding after distal radius fractures. 204 That the double crush syndrome is operational in some cases, is further substantiated by the fact that in some electromyographic proven cases of carpal tunnel syndrome there is a slowing of the nerve conduction proximal to the point of entrapment

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Clinical characteristics and electrodiagnostic features in ...

Similar unilateral neck and upper limb symptoms are often due to various entrapment neuropathies; carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) and cervical radiculopathy (CR) are common causes among them. Therefore, we investigated the clinical characteristics and electrodiagnostic features of patients with carpal tunnel syndrome, cervical radiculopathy, and both conditions, called

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Coexistent carpal tunnel syndrome and cervical ...

Coexistent carpal tunnel syndrome and cervical radiculopathy (double crush syndrome)

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Palpatory diagnosis and manipulative management of carpal ...

'Double crush' and thoracic outlet syndrome The physician treating carpal tunnel syndrome needs to be aware of the possible concomitant occurrence of thoracic outlet syndrome, the so-called double crush syndrome. Palpation is used to differentiate carpal tunnel syndrome from thoracic outlet syndrome. Such palpatory examination assists the phy

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Double Crush or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Wrist Pain Relief

The patient with double crush syndrome can also display a variety of clinical signs, such as a slouched posture with a forward head. As mentioned, double crush syndrome involves two compression sites. An example of this could be a patient with carpal tunnel syndrome as well as having joint degeneration in the neck (which is also irritating and compressing the nerve). This

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Carpal tunnel syndrome and the "double crush" hypothesis ...

21.04.2008  Upton and McComas claimed that most patients with carpal tunnel syndrome not only have compressive lesions at the wrist, but also show evidence of damage to cervical nerve roots. This "double crush" hypothesis has gained some popularity among chiropractors because it seems to provide a rationale for adjusting the cervical spine in treating carpal tunnel

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Double Crush Phenomenon - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Expert

Double Crush Syndrome. If a patient has neck problems, it cannot cause carpal tunnel because carpal tunnel is a disorder of the median nerve at the palm. That being said, it is possible for a patient to have what's called a double crush phenomenon where they can have numbness and tingling in their hand and it can be both as a result of compression of a nerve in

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Double-Crush Risks and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - ChiroTrust

01.01.2008  Double-Crush Risks and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. January 1, 2008 by ChiroTrust. 1291. SHARES. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Most people with carpal tunnel symptoms think the source of their problem is located in the wrist. While the wrist and hand may be the site of most of your symptoms, the real cause or causes can reside

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New Research on the “Double Crush” Link to Carpal Tunnel ...

01.06.2008  Carpal tunnel syndrome patients often complain of neck pain. The same nerves that go through the wrist tunnel, emerge from the neck and can be compressed or irritated at the neck joints. If the nerve is pinched in these two areas, it has been referred to as a “double crush.” Because of this irritation at the neck, focusing only on the wrist for treatment may not

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New Research on the "Double Crush" Link to Carpal Tunnel ...

21.10.2019  Carpal tunnel syndrome patients often complain of neck pain. The same nerves that go through the wrist tunnel, emerge from the neck and can be compressed or irritated at the neck joints. If the nerve is pinched in these two areas, it has been referred to as a “double crush.” Because of this irritation at the neck, focusing only on the wrist for treatment may not

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The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel ...

01.06.1985  Thus, unilateral carpal tunnel syndrome is the predominant finding after distal radius fractures. 204 That the double crush syndrome is operational in some cases, is further substantiated by the fact that in some electromyographic proven cases of carpal tunnel syndrome there is a slowing of the nerve conduction proximal to the point of entrapment

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The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel ...

In this series of 1,000 cases of carpal tunnel syndrome (888 patients) there is a statistically significant incidence of bilaterality in patients with cervical arthritis. There is also a statistically significant increase in the incidence of diabetes mellitus over the general population. These findings lend further support to Upton's Double Crush hypothesis.

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The ‘double crush’: When a nerve pinches in 2 places ...

22.05.2019  Carpal tunnel syndrome is the single most common nerve pinch in the arm and actually occurs in the wrist. In about 10% of carpal tunnel cases, there is also a cervical radiculopathy. It is believed that the pinching of the nerve in one area can predispose the remaining nerve to pinching as well. This is the so-called “double crush,” the pinching of the

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[Clinical study of cervical myeloradiculopathy with carpal ...

The hypothesis, "double crush syndrome (DCS)", is that neural function could be impaired when single axons, having been compressed in one region, become especially susceptible to damage in another. We retrospectively review our surgical cases with both cervical lesion and carpal tunnel syndrome, i.e., DCS. From January 2001 to January 2005, we have treated 7 patients

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Double Crush Syndrome Versus Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ...

Double crush phenomenon is when a neck problem ends up showing up further down the central nervous system, often in areas such as the shoulder, arm, or wrist. While researchers are still running trials, double crush syndrome clearly

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New Research on the “Double Crush” Link to Carpal Tunnel ...

01.06.2008  Carpal tunnel syndrome patients often complain of neck pain. The same nerves that go through the wrist tunnel, emerge from the neck and can be compressed or irritated at the neck joints. If the nerve is pinched in these two

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New Research on the "Double Crush" Link to Carpal Tunnel ...

21.10.2019  Carpal tunnel syndrome patients often complain of neck pain. The same nerves that go through the wrist tunnel, emerge from the neck and can be compressed or irritated at the neck joints. If the nerve is pinched in these two

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The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel ...

01.06.1985  Thus, unilateral carpal tunnel syndrome is the predominant finding after distal radius fractures. 204 That the double crush syndrome is operational in some cases, is further substantiated by the fact that in some electromyographic proven cases of carpal tunnel syndrome there is a slowing of the nerve conduction proximal to the point of entrapment

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The relationship of the double crush to carpal tunnel ...

In this series of 1,000 cases of carpal tunnel syndrome (888 patients) there is a statistically significant incidence of bilaterality in patients with cervical arthritis. There is also a statistically significant increase in the incidence of diabetes mellitus over the general population. These findings lend further support to Upton's Double Crush hypothesis.

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The Relationship of the Double Crush to Carpal Tunnel ...

In this series of 1,000 cases of carpal tunnel syndrome (888 patients) there is a statistically significant incidence of bilaterality in patients with cervical arthritis. There is also a statistically significant increase in the incidence of diabetes meilitus over the general poptdation. These findings lend further support to Upton’s Double Crush hypothesis.

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Carpal Tunnel and Double Crush Syndrome

Nikitow’s Carpal Tunnel/Double Crush poster explains double crush syndrome, exposing the intimate connection between the neck and the damaging effects of CTS. Use this valuable resource to emphasize the importance of chiropractic care in treating or preventing CTS. Its medical research reveals the importance of spinal correction for ...

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The ‘double crush’: When a nerve pinches in 2 places ...

22.05.2019  Carpal tunnel syndrome is the single most common nerve pinch in the arm and actually occurs in the wrist. In about 10% of carpal tunnel cases, there is also a cervical radiculopathy. It is believed that the pinching of the nerve in one area can predispose the remaining nerve to pinching as well. This is the so-called “double crush,” the pinching of the

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[Clinical study of cervical myeloradiculopathy with carpal ...

The hypothesis, "double crush syndrome (DCS)", is that neural function could be impaired when single axons, having been compressed in one region, become especially susceptible to damage in another. We retrospectively review our surgical cases with both cervical lesion and carpal tunnel syndrome, i.e., DCS. From January 2001 to January 2005, we have treated 7 patients

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Palpatory diagnosis and manipulative management of carpal ...

01.08.1995  The physician treating carpal tunnel syndrome needs to be aware of the possible concomitant occurrence of thoracic outlet syndrome, the so-called double crush syndrome. Palpation is used to differentiate carpal tunnel syndrome from thoracic outlet syndrome. Such palpatory examination assists the physician in planning the initial treatment, including

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