A New Way to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for Faster Recovery

Now there’s a proven way to get rapid relief from carpal tunnel pain and return quickly to normal activities.

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A New Way to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for Faster Recovery

Now there’s a proven way to get rapid relief from carpal tunnel pain and return quickly to normal activities.

Start Here

Want to learn more about Micro-invasive Carpal Tunnel Release (CTR)? Fill out this form to schedule a consultation.
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The new standard in treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Watch our latest webinar.

The new standard in treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Watch our latest webinar.

Micro-invasive Carpal Tunnel Release (CTR) with the SX-One MicroKnife®

The SX-One MicroKnife is a low-profile, safe, and effective instrument that allows your doctor to perform carpal tunnel release in a matter of minutes. When combined with ultrasound visualization, the procedure requires only a very small (4-5 mm) wrist incision.

Significant benefits of the SX-One MicroKnife

Micro-invasive CTR under Ultrasound Guidance*

  1. A 4-5 mm micro-incision is made in the wrist.
  2. Under ultrasound guidance, the SX-One MicroKnife is inserted through the micro-incision.
  3. Stealth MicroGuards™ are deployed to enhance the protection of nearby nerves, tendons, and other sensitive anatomy during the procedure.
  4. The TCL Blade™ is advanced and cuts the TCL in the wrist to reduce pressure in the carpal tunnel.
  5. The SX-One MicroKnife is removed and the micro-incision is closed with an adhesive bandage or strip; sutures or stitches are optional.
* Micro-invasive CTR can also be performed with a traditional mini-open incision. Ask your doctor for more information.

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?

Affecting more than 12 million people, CTS can cause pain, numbness and tingling in the hand and arm. It occurs when the median nerve, one of the major nerves in the hand, is compressed as it travels through the carpal tunnel in the wrist.

Traditional Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

CTS may be treated surgically through a procedure called carpal tunnel release (CTR), which relieves pressure on the median nerve by cutting the transverse carpal ligament. Traditional CTR procedures can remedy the condition, but may result in large and sometimes painful scars, ongoing palmar pain, and a long road to recovery.

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