Serrapeptase for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition where compression of the median nerve (travelling through the carpal tunnel) in the wrist causes pain, numbness, tingling, weakness and even muscle damage in the hands and fingers.

In an paper published in the Journal of the Associations of Physicians of India, researchers studied the response of carpal tunnel syndrome patients to serrapeptase.  The patients were given 10mg twice a day for 6 weeks.

65% of cases showed significant clinical improvement as measured by electrophysiological parameters.  4 of those cases did reoccur though when treatment stopped.

Read the paper here.

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About Andy

I suffered a serious neck injury when I was about 19 years old. That problem didn't affect me until I was in my 40s, but I then suffered two prolapsed discs in my neck and problems with my right arm and hand. Serrapeptase was recommended by my chiropractor to try to break up the scar tissue around the vertebrae that were causing me the problems. It seemed to help me with my problem, so created this site to help inform people what serrapeptase is, what it can do and just as importantly, what it cannot do. I hope you find the information useful.

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