Integrative Health Blog

Help for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with a Non-Surgical Approach

Posted by admin on Wed, Mar 27, 2013

One patient's video testimonial:


"Hi, My name is Dave and last March, about a year ago,  I came to NIHA to see Dr. Coy. I have had carpal tunnel syndrome and diagnosed for over 10 years and had suffered with it. Early last year it got so bad that I went to see a surgeon and had scheduled surgery on both of my wrists for April of last year.

After talking to a friend and another physican, my cousin's wife, who threatened me not to have surgery, my friend suggested I come see Dr. Coy Roskosky, which I did. I began seeing him in late March of last year and over a period of several months I had a vast improvement  in my wrists and got to the point where I was almost symptom free.

I Cancelled My Surgery

So went from not being able to go more than about 15 minutes without thinking of the pain in carpal_tunnel_syndromemy wrists to symptom free. I was very happy with the outcome!

Today, which is a year later,  I have some slight symptoms but nowhere near what I had - and surgery is no longer on the table."

Chiropractic Care,  A Non-surgical Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Chiropractic techniques can be very effective for carpal tunnel syndrome. Dr. Coy Roskosky has been able to help many patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. His innovative techniques treat the root of the problem to relieve pain, restore function and often avoid surgery.

Please contact Dr. Coy for a consult if you experience wrist pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or pain from computer use.

CALL 202-237-7000 to schedule

Coy Roskosky, D.C.,, "Dr. Coy,"  is a highly skilled Chiropractor in the Washington D.C. area specializing in chronic pain, sports injuries and performance, carpal tunnel syndrome and TMJ. He uses many techniques including Applied Kinesiology (AK), Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), Active Release Technigue (ART), and Activator in his chiropractic practice at National Integrated Health Associates, NIHA.




Topics: carpal tunnel