(PRWEB) June 9, 2005
Burlington, Massachusetts (PRWEB) June 09, 2005 Â Physician Dr. MorganÂs First Hand Medical has received the Top Award for Home Healthcare Products from Eureka Medical Advisory Board.
Dr. Jerome Grossman, MD Chairman of Eureka Advisory Board and Director of The Healthcare Delivery Project at HarvardÂs Kennedy School stated, ÂThe Carpal Solution represents a new class of medical device and will become the preferred method to treat pain right at the source.
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.Â He continued, ÂDr. Morgan developed the concept for this breakthrough therapy while working directly with his patients suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome based on first hand experience. A survey of customers of the Carpal Solution reports 95% of users are highly satisfied. This is a remarkably high rate of satisfaction for a consumer health product and a tribute to the ease of use of this non-invasive Solution to the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.Â
Over 75 million people suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome globally. The incidence is higher in industrialized countries and communities where information technology has driven high use of computer keyboards. In the United States, where both drivers are strong, the diagnosis of chronic CTS is growing by over 10% per year.
The Carpal Solution is applied at night during sleep. Most users find relief from CTS Symptoms early in the short six week protocol. However, Dr. Morgan said, ÂI strongly suggest that CTS sufferers follow the complete protocol to maximize the benefit. Soft Tissue Therapy is a gradual process and needs time for maximum long-term benefit.Â He continued, ÂIt is gratifying to be able to offer the many people who suffer from repetitive stress induced Carpal Tunnel Strain or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, a way to regain their hand use and lead a full active life without hand pain, sleep disruption or surgery.Â
For additional information on the award visit http://www.mycarpaltunnel.com.