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Learn more about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome treatment options, including a minimally invasive technique called Carpal Tunnel Release with Ultrasound Guidance. 

“Don’t put it off anymore, this is the way to go”

Sister Kevin received carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance

Every individual is unique, and experiences, risks, and outcomes may vary. This information is for general education purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or for individual evaluation by a trained and licensed health care provider.

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) affects an estimated 13 million people in the United States and the number is growing.1

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that causes pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm.

If you’ve experienced the pain, tingling, or weakness that can occur with CTS, you know how debilitating it can be, and how much it can affect your work and personal life. CTS likely won’t go away.


Common Symptoms of CTS:

  • Numbness, tingling, burning, and pain in the thumb and index, middle, and ring fingers.
  • Occasional shock-like sensations that radiate to the thumb and index, middle, and ring fingers.
  • Pain or tingling that may travel up the forearm toward the shoulder.
  • Weakness in the hand.

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Carpal tunnel release with real-time ultrasound guidance is a minimally invasive technique to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. Sign up for a free screening and to find out how you can learn more about this minimally invasive technique and if you can benefit.


Think you have CTS? Find out if treatment is right for you.

Learn about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Treatment Options

What are my treatment options?

Your condition may not improve unless you address it.

Non-Surgical or Conservative Treatment Options

Some people with mild symptoms of CTS find relief with directed home care programs. Unfortunately, the relief is often just temporary.

Surgical Treatment Options

More severe cases of CTS may be treated surgically through carpal tunnel release (CTR).

A Minimally Invasive Approach

Carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance may relieve the symptoms of CTS while minimizing pain and recovery time. Most patients can return to work and the activities they love in 3-6 days.3-7

If you have CTS and are looking for a minimally invasive technique that may offer relief, carpal tunnel release with UltraGuideCTR™ and real-time ultrasound guidance may be right for you.

Carpal Tunnel Release with Ultrasound Guidance:
Rapid Relief and Recovery

Utilizing a device called UltraGuideCTR, this minimally invasive technique is performed through a small incision using only local anesthesia. 


Procedures & counting...

Rapid Recovery

Most return to work and normal activity within 3-6 days3,5,6,8


Performed in a procedure room or office setting8-10

No General Anesthesia

Uses only local anesthesia; you don't need to be asleep during the procedure3,6,8,9

Minimal Pain

1.6 average pain rating (out of 10)6-9

No Rx Needed

Most patients only require over-the-counter pain management5,6,9

Get back to the activities you love

Most patients return quickly to normal activities, with immediate motion of the hand for rapid recovery.3-10

Ready to recover?

Find out if treatment is right for you.

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Learn about a minimally invasive technique used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome with real-time ultrasound guidance, and get assessed to see if you’re a candidate for UltraGuideCTR.

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You don’t have to be in pain any longer.

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