As a CAD user, you’re likely no stranger to wrist pain. You may even be a pro at preventing it with helpful stretches, ergonomic tools and more. But, despite their attempts to prevent it, most people will experience severe wrist pain. This is especially true for those who work on the computer regularly.
In fact, each year more than 500,000 people in the United States alone must undergo surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), a common painful wrist syndrome that impacts the median nerve.
Prevention is important, but how can you relieve the wrist pain you already have without compromising on your work? Below we highlight a few remedies you can try to alleviate your wrist pain, as well as the importance of consulting with your doctor.
Rotate Between Hot and Cold
Both ice packs and heating pads can help relieve pain quickly, although both serve different purposes. Ice packs can help numb pain and cut down on swelling, while heating pads relax the muscles and allow blood to easily flow to any kind of injury.Read More