Weak evidence shows small effect of splinting for carpal tunnel syndrome: a new Cochrane Review

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Did you know that the prevalence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) in developed countries is about 50 -160 cases per 1000? It affects women more than men and typically develops between 50 to 54 and 75 to 84 years. It is also common during pregnancy  affecting up to 50% of pregnant women, the good news for [read the full story…]