MANOS CTR (Carpal Tunnel Release) System

Carpal tunnel release surgery with MANOS CTR™ is the least invasive surgical option. Through a 2mm incision, your surgeon places the MANOS CTR system into the carpal tunnel under ultrasound and/or nerve stimulation guidance. MANOS CTR surgical deviceThe MANOS CTR system is then deployed and used to divide the transverse carpal ligament. Due to the small incision, general anesthesia, a tourniquet, and stitches are often not required.

After the procedure, two small band-aids are used to cover the surgical access points. Patients treated with MANOS CTR typically recover quickly, with some patients returning to work within a week of surgery. Postoperative care is limited and generally does not include splinting or physical therapy.

Post MANOS Surgical ProcedureWhat MANOS Means to You

  • Quick procedure takes about 10 minutes
  • Stitches not required
  • No splinting
  • Little to no scarring
  • Fast recovery time
  • No general anesthesia

Watch this 3-minute step-by-step video overview of the MANOS procedure and its benefits.

MANOS procedure video overview.

Basic steps of MANOS CTR procedure

Read the MANOS CTR patient brochure.