Pain and numbness that frequently wakes you in the night, or causes you to drop dishes or tools, can be very wearing and disturbing.  While carpal tunnel surgery has improved greatly and often has good results, many people prefer non-invasive treatment that doesn’t involve time off work.  Dr. Winder’s success rate in treated conventionally diagnosed carpal tunnel syndrome is over 80%, using a combination of gentle manual therapy and stretching techniques, along with home exercises.