Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
Endo CarpEndoscopic surgery uses a thin, flexible tube with a camera attached (endoscope). The endoscope is guided through a small incision in the wrist (single-portal technique) or at the wrist and palm (two-portal technique). The endoscope lets the doctor see structures in the wrist, such as the transverse carpal ligament, without opening the entire area with a large incision.

Endoscopic surgery is done through one or two small incisions using a thin, telescope-like instrument called an endoscope. A video camera attached to the endoscope records images that your surgeon can view on a monitor.

Endoscopic surgery may cause less pain and allow for faster healing.