Popping Wrist and Elbow Tendinitis with Dequervains
About a year ago I sustained an injury to my wrist through repetitive use of lifting with my wrist a heavy object.
I am uninsured but have had physical therapy and a diagnosis. It's not overly painful but the popping and clicking that seemed like bone movement to me was getting worse. It seemed to spread to my elbow and arm with an aching sensation and after use of a brace my thumb got involved and now my pinky.
Before my wrist makes the popping noises it's usually quite achey. Cold packs seem to make my wrist pop more often and hence more achey. I would be interested in testing one of your products but it seems as though I would have to buy three in order to solve my issues. I have almost stopped using my right arm altogether. I am a writer and typing is extremely difficult for me and aggravates my arm and wrist.
I'm 37 and a healthy exercising vegetarian. Please advise.
You don't need three different products. Reversing Wrist Tendonitis ebook would do you just fine.
Short of some related thumb work, the forearm is the location of the source.
You describe a great example of Pain Causing Dynamic.
Tendonitis is a progressive mechanism involving several factors.
See: What Is Tendonitis
One of those factors is muscle tightness. When muscles are tight, they compress joints. Then joints pop/crack when you try to move them because they're not 'floating' and thus can glide like they ideally should.
I'd be very interested in your nutritional situation too.
1. How are symptoms now?
2. How old are you?
3. Any other pain/problems?
4. Are your joints hypermobile? (Can you touch your thumb to your forearm, does your elbow go past a straight line when you straighten your arm/elbow?)----------------------
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Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
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