Carpal Tunnel Master And Beyond

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My
name is Hilma Volk.  

My massage
clients would often remark
about how strong my hands were
and would ask if had problems with carpal tunnel.

I
would almost laugh.
 Not only did I not only know how to prevent it and fix it, I
taught it.

But
it
wasn’t always the case.

Many
years
ago I was working long hours doing massage in a large resort. My hands
became
increasingly numb. 

Yeah
I
was scared. Only a few years into a new career. Was that about
to
end? Then what would I do?

But
first let me tell you.  I’m 66 years old and my hands feel
better
than they did when I was a
teenager.
 

After
doing massage since 1991, I retired from massage
practice the beginning of 2015 so I could help more people
world-wide.   

What would happen
if you couldn’t use
your hands for anything?

Do you think your problem will just go away? Think again.
Or maybe you think you will wait until you need to have surgery. Bad
idea.
Why? I’ll talk about this later but surgery
is risky and has a
high failure rate. And even when
successful, your carpal tunnel
syndrome often comes back years later.
 

But really,
wouldn’t you like to end
your suffering?  

YOU can
avoid surgery and get your
hands back
to normal.Besides
that, most
of the time it isn’t even carpal tunnel syndrome
that is causing your problem. (Even if a nerve conductivity test says
it is).

You
do not need…. Pills …. Shots …. Braces ….. Gadgets …. Gizmos
…. Surgery…. Office Visits.

If
you have a
back pain, they give
muscle relaxants.  That’s what they were taught.

The
common
treatment is anti-inflammatory
drugs.  But
knowledgeable doctors now
know they not only are not effective,
they actually block the body’s
natural
healing process.

They
prescribe night
splints.
 While most people find it helpful to relieve the numbness or
pain at
night – and it can be a very good idea for many people to use them –
they aren’t actively helping you to get better.
  

You
may think you’re getting better because you can sleep at night.
 But your problem is very likely getting worse. 

In
fact, if night
splints do make you feel better, the real cause of the problem is
muscle imbalance in your forearms.  Most
medical doctors
are not trained to recognise this.

Next
is cortisone
shots.
 This almost always a
temporary fix.
 Relief
may last a few months up
to a few years.
 Cortisone is very powerful.
The majority of doctor’s won’t give a cortisone shot more
than once (some doctors up to three times) in the same place in a
lifetime – because
it can
break down
muscle, tendons,
and even bone and cause permanent damage. 

The
problem however, is drugs and shots
only
take care of the
symptoms. 

Numbness
in the fingers is caused by pinching of one or more of three nerves.
 These nerves run from the base of the neck, then to the front
of
the neck, then the upper chest, under your armpit and down your
arm. 

There
are several areas along that path where the nerves can be pinched.
 It is almost always caused by
muscle imbalance. 

Most
doctors are
not aware of the nasty things muscle
tightness
and muscle
imbalance causes.

Physical therapists are
aware of the
mischief caused muscle imbalance.   Or at least they should
be. 

You see
sometimes people
experience little
or no results with physical therapy, not because physical therapy
doesn’t work, but because of the particular physical therapist not
being clued in  to what the real problem was.  

Does that happen?
 You bet.
 I’ve had clients who had gone to physical therapy for weeks
or
months without any improvement. Why?  Because they were given
stretches and exercises for the WRONG muscles.  Isn’t that
unbelievable?  

Often the
results are slow in coming –
and costly.
Frequently, the client gives up and resorts to surgery.

Are there Physical
Therapists who can
help?   Of course.  And most of them use hands on
techniques.
 Not just stretches and exercises. 

(I
include stretches too, but they are not part of my Core Program –
which shows you how to find and work directly on the problem, for fast
results). 

Then
there is
surgery.  Surgery
should always be a last resort.
 It may be necessary if you have let the condition go so
long that you are in danger of permanent loss of function.
Otherwise
it is
not an emergency
surgery.  These conditions usually progress slowly – so you
have time.
But you just can’t wait around and hope things will get
better. You have to take action.

Then
there is
surgery.  Surgery
should always be a last resort.
 It may be necessary if you have let the condition go so
long that you are in danger of permanent loss of function.

Carpal
tunnel surgery has a High Failure Rate.

But
surgery has
a high failure
rate with carpal tunnel.
 Admittedly some clinics have a higher success rate than the
national average.  

About
one third of the time there are very good results.

But
about one
third of the time there are mixed results.
The pain may be gone. But the hand is left weaker or can not
function as fully
as it once could.  

  Either
because of
infection, a mistake in the surgery, or
it never was
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome to begin with.

The
problem often
returns.
 Why?
 Scar tissue often forms after surgery.
 This causes pressure in the carpal tunnel and many people
have had multiple surgeries to clean that out. But also…

Most
of the Time it Isn’t
Even Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

You
see, the majority of programs, as well as doctors, only think about the
carpal tunnel. And that is a mistake.

What
is the carpal tunnel? 

The
carpal tunnel
is like a ditch
in the wrist that made up of wrist bones
and a hard strap called the carpal tunnel ligament.  Within
that tunnel are 9 tendons and the median nerve.  If space is
limited in there the median nerve gets pinched.

If
the median nerve is pinched you will have numbness or other sensations
in the thumb, first two fingers. and half of the ring fingers.

But it Could Be FALSE
Carpal Tunnel

When
there is numbness or tingling, there is
pinching anywhere along
the nerve pathway.
It could
be coming from the base of the neck, the muscles in
the front of the neck that can pinch on the nerves, a muscle in the
chest, or from tight muscles in the forearms. Often
nerve pinching is in
more than one place.

If
it is TRUE Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from Using Your Hands,
You Also Have
Tight Muscles In the Forearms.It about
impossible not to.

If
you
have carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive work,
such as typing,
hammering,  playing the piano, etc.
you also have tight
forearms.   It is about impossible not to.
Why?
 Because the forearm muscle control most of the movement in
your fingers,
Tight
forearm muscles can pinch on nerves going
into your fingers. Tight forearm muscles also shorten the
tendons which run through the carpal tunnel (a narrow area in the
wrist). That makes the tendons thicker.
Overuse
can also cause those tendons to swell.  Instead of drugs, why
not loosen up the forearms and the tendons direct ly.  Trust
me, it is not hard to do and doesn’t take long.  And you don’t
have to use your overworked fingers.
But
nerve pinching can come from other places too.  Often from
more than one place.
That
is why I show you with videos, how to find them, how to
fix
them. (Anyway,
getting those other areas loosend up may relieve other problems such as
headaches and pain between the shoulder blades).

If
you
have carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive work,
such as typing,
hammering,  playing the piano, etc.
you also have tight
forearms.   It is about impossible not to.

Why?
 Because the forearm muscle control most of the movement in
your fingers, 

Tight
forearm muscles can pinch on nerves going
into your fingers. Tight forearm muscles also shorten the
tendons which run through the carpal tunnel (a narrow area in the
wrist). That makes the tendons thicker.  

Overuse
can also cause those tendons to swell.  Instead of drugs, why
not loosen up the forearms and the tendons direct ly.  Trust
me, it is not hard to do and doesn’t take long.  And you don’t
have to use your overworked fingers.

But
nerve pinching can come from other places too.  Often from
more than one place. 

That
is why I show you with videos, how to find them, how to
fix
them. (Anyway,
getting those other areas loosend up may relieve other problems such as
headaches and pain between the shoulder blades).

What if your
little two
fingers get numb? 

What if your
have thumb
pain? 

What if you
have numbness
in just one finger?That’s
NOT Carpal
Tunnel Syndrome
Those aren’t even any symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.

But
those
ARE Problems.
 And
Most Programs Don’t Even Talk About Them.

But my Carpal Tunnel
Master program does.

You
can prevent… Reverse… Or even eliminate your carpal tunnel syndrome
starting today.  As well as the False carpal tunnel syndromes,
and
other problems like the ones above.

In the process, you
very well might get rid of your tension headaches, the pain in
your neck and the
pain between your shoulder blades.

Whether
you have carpal tunnel syndrome or any of its many
impostors….

I
can teach you simple, safe, effective treatments that you can do for
yourself. The
techniques
are the same for both preventing and reversing your
condition – whether it is carpal tunnel syndrome or something
else..

And
if it does come back, you will
know exaclty what to do about it.

You
do not have to endure the pain,
the numbness,
the
inability
to fully control your hands, the fumbling,
 your
hands
keeping you
awake at night…

No
special equipment needed.

In
the process you may get rid of the pain
between your shoulder blades,
tennis
elbow, rounded
shoulders
and even your tension
headaches and a
variety of other symptoms.

Hello Hilma,

Right away
I was practically pain free

Dear
Hilma:
I
wanted you to know
how much your video helped me. I had
numb fingers
in my right hand for several months and was finding it very hard to do
my work as a bookbinder, plus
it was depressing
me–scary. Out of
frustration I searched the Internet and found your excellent website. I
did all of the exercizes you suggested and showed and it worked. Thank
you so much for mounting this useful information. It’s hard to believe
that the numbness started under my arm, especially as you say, I felt
it in my shoulder blade area. I never
would have figured
it out if it
weren’t for your videos. I
think I traced the source of the problem to
some intensive flax spinning I had been doing, in combination with bad
posture while spinning. If it happens
again, I’ll
know what to do much
sooner than before. You are
truly a healer.
Many
thanks, Mindy
Dubansky

Your
carpal tunnel
course
is awesome —-   this,
along with
yoga and swimming are beginning to slowly
help……  
Was not able to get on the computer at all (not able to work at the
moment due to 9-10 hrs
computer time). Today, have been on
the
computer for 1/2 hr with no
pain (1st time!! Yeah!!!).
It is amazing and sad how the doctor’s push for the surgery/cortisone
injections….   am a nurse and fully understand the
consequences of these…..  do not want any part of it. Am
very
willing to put in the effort……

Will keep at it …   Hoping for a full recovery….
Blessed Day and thank you again.
Janie 

Really
Helping My Arms and
Hands

Hello
Hilma, I must tell
you that your
program of massage is really helping my arms and hands. Before I
started I
had pain in my arms every night. Now I have none. My
fingers on my right hand still have some numbness, but I think it is
also improving. I think my key was the pressure point on my scalene
muscle. When I started I could always find tender spots to massage, but
now I can’t find them as easily. Thanks for
your good
advice.Pat RepanichCroatia

Hilma
I
would like to thank you for
putting up the pec minor stretch and massage info. I am a final year
chiropractic graduate in Sydney and have had the carpal tunnel pec
minor condition
for at least 10 yrs from
various sporting exploits.I
came across your website when searching pec minor stretches for myself
and my clinic clients for whom I am an intern presently. I must say
this is the first
time I have come across something that works
instantly, at least for
myself. Thank
you so much for putting some great stuff out there.Andrew
Hull
Sydney
Australia

I
looked a number of things up on the internet about CTS, and found a
number of good exercises.  You, however, put all of it into
perspective in a very common sense (and very entertaining) way and gave
me the support I needed to avoid the steroid shot I was about to get in
my left hand.  You see, I do ultrasound scans for a living and
this was debilitating, demoralizing and potentially career
ending.  Being the ultimate skeptic, I though what the heck, I
don’t have a think to lose.  Well, after about 2 days ( YES!!

only 2 days) of doing some of the exercises and following your common
sense approach … the numbness
basically went away and I could feel my fingers going back to basically
normal feeling.So,
THANK YOU!!! You are a really wonderful and genuine person and I cannot
really find the words to thank you enough.Sincerely,Carol
Conrad

Thank you
for the valuable information. I am a professional pianist/organist and
have been suffering with numbness in
both hands for
over 5 months. I’ve
gone to 4
doctors who have not been able to diagnose the problem or
provide any relief of the pain.
I watched all your videos and have been
doing the exercise you demonstated. My pain and numbness has decreased
considerably…. You are a credit to your profession. Thanks again
Kevin

Feeling A Big Difference
After Only Two Days

Hello
Hilma,
Firstly, thank you so much for your exercise videos for the scalenes.
They are absolutely wonderful. I have very tight scalenes, and no other
exercise I’ve encountered has been nearly so effective as
yours. I’m feeling
a big difference after only two days.
Claudia Contessini, PhD
Australia

If
you follow my
techniques:

You
only need to spend minutes
at
a time.  They can be
done while
watching TV.

No traveling to
appointments.  No Waiting
in Waiting
Rooms.  No taking time
out of your
busy day.  

If you have previously had
carpal
tunnel surgery and your
problems are coming back again,
this course can very likely help — assuming your surgery did not cause
irreparable damages.  

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