de Quervain success
I've briefly reviewed your site and YouTube videos on de Quervain, tendonitis, etc. and love the no-nosense approach to how to deal with these conditions.
I've done a lot of research and have had phenomenal success with some simple stretch & hold techniques, focusing on the arm, shoulders, neck and back, minor diet and habit changes for so-called de Quervain.
My question is why don't you post more ideas on how to fix such conditions? I'm really interested in your opinion on whether it's OK to post and share ideas? From my research, I see so much misinformation and people jumping to surgery, Cortisone shots, bracing, etc., which is really dangerous and mis-placed advice.
Even from my doc, ortho, PT, etc. visits I was surprised on how little was offered. Curious to know your thoughts and would be willing to share my ideas, story, etc. Thanks.
There's actually LOTS of information on that on the site, but it is spread out a bit.
The primary answer to your question is that I really just haven't gotten around to De Quervain's yet, as far as organized in one place content, aside from this page: Dequervains Tendonitis
But all the basics apply,
as far as Process of Inflammation
, How To Reduce Inflammation
, Magnesium for Tendonitis
, Pain Causing Dynamic
, What Is Tendonitis
The 'Reversing DeQuervain's Tendonitis' ebook is on it's way. Just haven't gotten to it yet.
You are more than welcome to share your scenario and what worked for you. Let's hear it!
1. What were your symptoms?
2. How long had you had pain/problem?
3. What did you try that didn't work?
4. What did you try for your thumb tendonitis that did work?
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Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expertwww.TendonitisExpert.com