What ebook should I buy for tendonitis from guitar playing??

by Joshua Beard

I have wrist and forearm tendonitis in my picking hand. Over the last 6 years it has gotten to the point where my forearm tightens up immediately when I try to pick. I have had 2 ganglion cyst surgeries also on my right wrist.

I have been told to that from the scar tissue I will have to re-learn how to play and re-adjust my overall picking technique. I am not expecting a medical response, I am just wondering if the guitar tendonitis book is the one I should buy?


Joshua Answers:

Hi Joshua B.

Yes, Reversing Guitar Tendonitis ebook is a good choice for you.

It covers forearm and wrist pain and tendonitis, and a couple specific pointers for guitar players.

See: What Is Tendonitis

If you have extra connective tissue constriction from the cyst removal surgeries, then it's just a matter of softening and opening up that tissue. Connective tissue literally 'knits' itself back together after it's been cut, which means it pulls together and tightens.

So you you can and likely should adapt your playing style, but you'll likely get more benefit out of getting your structure back to a happy healthy state.

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

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