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Dr. Brett Kindle has now performed over 400 procedures with UltraGuideCTR and real-time ultrasound guidance

Oct 16th, 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Brett J. Kindle of Gulf Breeze, Florida, for providing more than 400 patients fast-healing relief from carpal tunnel syndrome with UltraGuideCTR™ to perform carpal tunnel release (CTR) with real-time ultrasound guidance.

“The thing I’m most pleased with is the patient satisfaction after the procedure and how quickly patients are able to get back to their normal activities”.

Brett Kindle, MD

Most patients who undergo carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance are able to return to normal activities in 3–6 days.

Dr. Brett Kindle celebrates accomplishing 400 UltraGuideCTR procedures with his team.

The procedure is performed using local anesthesia and a small incision which is typically closed without sutures.

In Dr. Kindle’s experience, the fast recovery associated with CTR using ultrasound guidance has been a game-changer.

“The vast majority of patients that come in for the procedure are here because they don’t want to be restricted, out of work, or missing their normal activities for a prolonged period of time,” he says.

An Immediate Difference in 4 Days

“At the 4-day post-op visit the incision is typically healed. We then clear patients to resume activity without restrictions,” says Dr. Kindle. “The overwhelming majority of patients have managed their post-op pain with over-the-counter medication, such as Tylenol®,” he says.

Brett Kindle, M.D. practices in Gulf Breeze, Florida. He graduated from the East Tennessee State University – Quillen College of Medicine, where he completed an internship in internal medicine. Dr. Kindle trained with world-renowned experts as a resident in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Mayo Clinic and as a fellow in sports medicine at the Andrews Institute.

Learn More About Ultrasound Guidance

If you are a patient looking for carpal tunnel syndrome pain relief, visit our Physician Finder to locate the nearest physician in your area.

Physicians looking to learn more about UltraGuideCTR and begin your MSK ultrasound training, visit The Institute of Advanced Ultrasound Guided Procedures to start performing carpal tunnel releases with ultrasound guidance.