Numb Fingers – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


I met with a woman today who has been suffering with numbness in both of her thumbs and first two fingers. She couldn’t turn the page of the newspaper, or hold a fork and knife without struggling. She had been told she had carpal tunnel syndrome and needed surgery.

She didn’t want surgery and started to search for an alternative solution. She found my website;, online and was planning on ordering the Julstro Pain-Relief System for Hands and Wrist. Then she saw that I’m living here in Ft. Myers, FL and that’s where she’s living, so she called me and we had an appointment. She had seen on the website that numb fingers can be coming from the neck, and sure enough, her scalenes were so tight that they were practically bulging!

I showed her how to do the Julstro self-treatment for the scalenes, and it was just wonderful! As I was holding the point her fingers on that side came back completely. Then she did the treatment on the other side, which showed her how little pressure I was applying (she thought I was using a lot of pressure, and I wasn’t) before it started to really send shock waves down her arm. The best part is, while she was holding the point, her fingers came back to normal feeling. She was thrilled!

I had brought the System with me and she used it to treat each of the other muscles, finding more spasms in her pectoralis minor and biceps muscles, both of which will also cause numbness in the thumb and first two fingers. She was pretty surprised because she hadn’t been having any discomfort in either of those muscles – but then, she hadn’t been having discomfort in her neck either.

She was so happy, by the time we were finished, she knew how to self-treat AND both of her hands were back to normal.

If you know anyone who is suffering from the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, it’s definitely worthwhile to eliminate muscles as a potential cause of the problem.

Wishing you well,


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