Left hand pinky finger tendonitis in piano player
I play piano, 11 months ago I over practiced my hand, and due to the wrong pinky finger position my tendon started swelling and was inflammed
since then I have inflammation about every two weeks when I try to play the piano my pinky and 4th finger shake and they do not have enough strength to hold the key so I do not play anymore,
if I try to force the finger on the key afer 15 minutes it is all fine and I can play but still feel the pressure on the finger, and usually after 3 days I have another inflammation and so on,
so what should I do ?
I think you should do so self care and get your body working correctly again.
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