by Cassandra DenHartog PTA, LMT Carpal tunnel is a condition where structures of the carpal tunnel put pressure on the nerves. The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway in the wrist, about an inch wide. The floor and sides of the tunnel are formed by small wrist bones called carpal bones. The median nerve and … Continue reading Carpal Tunnel
by Cassandra DenHartog This is always a difficult question, due to numerous problems that could happen and the fact that the shoulder is made up of several boney, muscular, and ligamentous structures. Let’s start off with a little anatomy review. The shoulder is made up of three large muscles collectively called the deltoids, 4 rotator … Continue reading What’s Causing My Shoulder Pain?