Used to have Carpal Tunnel, now have Tendontiis, hands with no pain

I use to have CTS and it went away now i have tendinitis.

But there is no pain all it feels when i move my fingers is tiny strings on top of my hands. Do you know what it is?



Joshua Answers:

Hi there.

Hmmm, say more.

1. Please describe 'strings'.

2. WHy do you think you have Tendonitis now?

3. Why do you think that you don't have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome now?

4. No pain? At all? Anytime?

Answer the above and that will give me a place to start.

Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
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Dec 24, 2009
PART 2 - reply - Used to have Carpal Tunnel, now have Tendontiis, hands with no pain
by: Anonymous

1. when I move my fingers I think I feel my tendons Pushing up on my skin like they got bigger.

2 I been reading and it sounds like it would be.

3. I'm not 100% sure but my hands use to hurt like 2 years ago and now I dont fell any pain

4. Can you have nerve damage and not have pain?

One more thing Sometimes when I pee I get a sensation in my hands. It very weird


Joshua Comments:

Hmmm. That -is- weird. Don't know what to say about that.

Yes, you can have nerve damage without pain, but from what you've said, I wouldn't suspect that.

If your muscles are too tight, then there will be more tension on the tendons, making them taught.

1. Ice dip as described on the How To Reduce Inflammation page.

2. Self massage your forearms, light stetch, etc. Get those muscles and connective tissue structures loosened up.

Do that for a week, and then give me an update.

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