Dr. Clyde Morgan’s Carpal Solution has received an award from the Eureka Medical Advisory Board (it’s shaping up to be a slow news day, indeed).
“The Carpal Solution offers CTS suffers relief from the symptoms and hand pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, without the complications of oral systemic medication and the risks of invasive surgery.”
Formerly known as the Hand Restorer, The Carpal Solution is a simple brace worn overnight that is believed to decompress the wrist, restoring blood flow to the hand:
We also conclude that just as a slight reduction in external pressure in the soft tissue around the tunnel allowed an increase in blood circulation, that it will also relieve external pressure on the median nerve by the same mechanism. This is how the Carpal Solution therapy alleviates the pain and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome and revitalizes the hand naturally with well circulated blood that is rich in oxygen and nutrients.
We’d be more impressed if there was peer-reviewed data to back this up (as far as we can tell, Clyde Morgan has never published anything about carpal tunnel syndrome.) Also, his website sure mentions Harvard endorsements a lot, but notably, his advocates work at the Kennedy School of Government and the Business school, not, say, for instance, the Medical school.
More at My Carpal Tunnel…
UPDATE: A member of the Eureka Medical team writes to inform us that their group’s advisory board is actually quite distinguished, with several leaders in their medical fields. So noted!