If you are experiencing pain in your hands or wrists, you may be experiencing symptoms of either Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Trigger Finger. Certain symptoms differentiate the two conditions, and dictate the course of treatment. Carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger both affect your hand; causing pain, stiffness, and reduced ability to work or manipulate objects. While both conditions affect your hands, carpal tunnel also affects the wrist, forearm, and selected fingers. This extends your pain, numbness.
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