How soon will I be able to return to work after Carpal Tunnel Decompression?

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If your job does not involve any heavy work, you can go back to work as soon as you feel ready following your carpal tunnel decompression surgery. If it does then you should take a whole week off to recover. You will recover quicker the sooner you return to normal day to day activities. After 2 weeks you should be able to do all your normal work. If your work involves heavy manual lifting or repetitive hand and finger movements you will need to be more gentle, as recovery time may vary dependent on the severity of the carpal tunnel syndrome

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