Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (cont.)
Wear your wrist splint, and take all medications as directed.
Keep any return appointments, even if you feel better, so your doctor can monitor your progress and make changes to your treatment plan if necessary.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/4/2014
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