Wrist Tendonitis, Which Of Your DVDs Would Be Most Appropriate?

by Anonymous

I have wrist tendonitis (with or w/out injury I don't know).

Other than the ice dipping which I intend to start tonite, which of your dvd's would be most appropriate?


Joshua Answers:

Hi there.

Great question.

Give me a little more information, and I'll be able to give you a better answer.

1. Do you have any of the Carpal Tunnel Symptoms?

2. Do you have pain, tightness, etc, in the forearm and/or up towards the elbow?

3. Why do you think you have Wrist Tendonitis as opposed to anything else?

4. What are your symptoms?

5. When exactly does it hurt?

In general, I think that The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works is the best option, because with a little bit of fine tuning it has everything needed to deal with wrist tendonitis.

Having said that, depending on what you tell me, The Carpal Tunnel Treatment That Works may be a good option.

Answer the above questions, and we'll go from there.

Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expert

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Dec 02, 2009
PART 2 - Wrist Tendonitis, Which Of Your DVDs Would Be Most Appropriate?
by: Teriz

Actually, since I've been ice dipping I'm a lot better.

Sx: My hand is very tight, forearm tender and tight. My hand seems to want to assume the "claw" position.

Wrist hurts w/ rotational movement.

Since I started dipping, pain has moved from the wrist to the middle of the palm and base of ring finger.

Elbows also tight but not tender and I have NO tingling or parasthesias. Have had a normal conduction study in the past. Shoveling seems to make things worse and I do a lot of gardening.

Glad I found this website.


Joshua Comments:

I'm glad you found the site too!

I would definitely go with the Tennis Elbow DVD. You'll do some of that work on the forerams and the hand/wrist.

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