Wrist tendonitis or carpal tunnel? Piano player and working out
I'm a 47-year-old woman. I play piano and was doing some weight lifting (not very heavy) when I started getting pain in the joints of both my thumbs and my wrists.
Four weeks ago the doctor said I have tendonitis in my wrists and early arthritis in my thumbs.
The pain didn't go away from my wrists after four weeks so I started searching online. I saw this website and tried the ice dipping for the last 3 days and now that pain is starting to go away.
I also started taking the supplements. Even though the pain started going away from my thumbs and wrists, the last couple days I've been getting a burning pain on the tops of my hands when I use the computer.
I was thinking of ordering one of these ebooks but I'm not sure if I have carpal tunnel or wrist tendonitis.
Is the pain on the tops of the hands another symptom of tendonitis or is it carpal tunnel because I'm getting arthritis?
1. Why exactly does your doctor think that you have 'early arthritis' in your thumb? For any reason other than that it hurts?
2. How bad does it hurt? How often?
3. Do you have any numbness or tingling in your fingers or thumbs? If not, you technically don't have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Read this page too, that will help you figure things out: Carpal Tunnel Symptoms
The pain on top of your hands can be a few things.
* It can be from waste product and irritant stuck in your tissue from your muscles being constantly TOO TIGHT (and working hard 24/7)
* It can be pain enhancing chemical from your ongoing Process of Inflammation
and Pain Causing Dynamic
* Could be from nutritional insufficiency and/or deficiency.
Realistically, it's a combination of all three. That's just the way Tendonitis
So. If you have numbness and tingling, your best bet is The Carpal Tunnel Treatment That Works
If not, you'll probably do just fine with the Reversing Wrist Tendonitis ebook
Both will give you a complete plan to reverse the predictable and progressive increase of tightness and pain.
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Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expertwww.TendonitisExpert.com