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Have you been living with the pain and limitations of carpal tunnel syndrome? Have you put off treatment because you did like the available options? Thanks to a new instrument called the SX-One MicroknifeTM, and Dr. Chappell’s expertise and advanced training in sonography (ultrasound), this new procedure is now available in Utah.

Dr. Craig Chappell from In2it Medical joined us today to give a wanted live demonstration using his ultrasound machine. Dr. Chappell stands out from the rest of the crowd because he does everything with ultrasound guidance. While performing the Carpal Tunnel procedure, he uses the ultrasound to visualize the anatomy and to identify the injured area. 

The SX-One MicroKnife is an innovative device that allows me to perform minimally invasive CTR in the office based setting through an incision generally less than 5 mm.  The minimally invasive nature of the procedure results in minimal discomfort and allows patients to start using their hands immediately – accelerating recovery.  In fact, most of my patients take only a few Tylenol or ibuprofen after the procedure. 

Modern day US machines like I use can see all the relevant structures in the carpal tunnel – nerves, arteries, tendons – with incredible detail.  In fact, I can see some structures on my US machine that can’t even be easily seen with MRI scan.

Stop living with the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome. For more information, call 801-610-7321 to schedule your consultation today, or visit

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