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Awake Carpal Tunnel Release “If you were given the option of general anesthesia or a block paired with virtual reality glasses that transport you to beautiful deep ocean views , which would you choose?” In this video the patient had a carpal tunnel and trigger release without sedation. When asked what method he preferred the patient stated he liked being wide awake a lot more @wideawakevr If you’ve had adverse effects to anesthesia and would like to know if your procedure can be done with virtual reality, contact our office for more information! Click for Patient Journey Information MORE ABOUT AWAKE SURGERY

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Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel & Trigger Finger Release – No Sedation

Carpal Tunnel and Trigger release without sedation Procedure and Testimonial If you were given the option of general anesthesia or a block paired with virtual reality glasses that transport you to beautiful deep ocean views, which would you choose? When asked what method he preferred the patient stated he liked being wide awake a lot more. In this video the patient had a carpal tunnel and trigger finger release without sedation. If you’ve had adverse effects to anesthesia and would like to know if your procedure can be done with virtual reality, contact our office for more information. Wavr Procedures and Testimonials Wide Awake VR official website Related: Patient testimonials: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Patient testimonials: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR Carpal tunnel syndrome: How to combat a costly problem Carpal tunnel syndrome: How to combat a costly problem Want to see more articles? BHS Blog Patient Articles

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Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR

Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release Paired with Virtual Reality Warning: Viewer discretion is advised, content is intended for medical education. https://vimeo.com/861031050?share=copy Our patient suffered over two years with pain and numbness due to median nerve compression. A simple 5-10 minute procedure using wide awake virtual reality helped this patient regain function in her hand. Benefits of Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release (ECTR): Smaller Incision: ECTR involves a smaller incision compared to OCTR, typically about half an inch or less. This results in less post-operative scarring and potentially faster healing. Minimal Soft Tissue Disruption: ECTR involves less disruption of surrounding soft tissues, which can lead to reduced post-operative pain and a quicker return to normal activities. Faster Recovery: Patients who undergo ECTR may experience a quicker recovery compared to OCTR, with many being able to resume light activities and work within a shorter period. Lower Risk of Infection: Smaller incisions in ECTR may reduce the risk of surgical site infections. Read more about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome More Testimonials:

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Awake carpal tunnel release
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Awake carpal tunnel release

Awake Carpal Tunnel Release “If you were given the option of general anesthesia or a block paired with virtual reality glasses that transport you to beautiful deep ocean views , which would you choose?” In this video the patient had a carpal tunnel and trigger release without sedation. When asked what method he preferred the patient stated he liked being wide awake a lot more @wideawakevr If you’ve had adverse effects to anesthesia and would like to know if your procedure can be done with virtual reality, contact our office for more information! Click for Patient Journey Information MORE ABOUT AWAKE SURGERY

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wide awake virtual reality carpal tunnel release
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Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel & Trigger Finger Release – No Sedation

Carpal Tunnel and Trigger release without sedation Procedure and Testimonial If you were given the option of general anesthesia or a block paired with virtual reality glasses that transport you to beautiful deep ocean views, which would you choose? When asked what method he preferred the patient stated he liked being wide awake a lot more. In this video the patient had a carpal tunnel and trigger finger release without sedation. If you’ve had adverse effects to anesthesia and would like to know if your procedure can be done with virtual reality, contact our office for more information. Wavr Procedures and Testimonials Wide Awake VR official website Related: Patient testimonials: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Patient testimonials: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR Carpal tunnel syndrome: How to combat a costly problem Carpal tunnel syndrome: How to combat a costly problem Want to see more articles? BHS Blog Patient Articles

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Carpal tunnel release using virtual reality
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Carpal Tunnel Release using WAVR

Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release Paired with Virtual Reality Warning: Viewer discretion is advised, content is intended for medical education. https://vimeo.com/861031050?share=copy Our patient suffered over two years with pain and numbness due to median nerve compression. A simple 5-10 minute procedure using wide awake virtual reality helped this patient regain function in her hand. Benefits of Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release (ECTR): Smaller Incision: ECTR involves a smaller incision compared to OCTR, typically about half an inch or less. This results in less post-operative scarring and potentially faster healing. Minimal Soft Tissue Disruption: ECTR involves less disruption of surrounding soft tissues, which can lead to reduced post-operative pain and a quicker return to normal activities. Faster Recovery: Patients who undergo ECTR may experience a quicker recovery compared to OCTR, with many being able to resume light activities and work within a shorter period. Lower Risk of Infection: Smaller incisions in ECTR may reduce the risk of surgical site infections. Read more about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome More Testimonials:

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