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Wrist tendonitis/tendonosis. Any quick remedies?

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  • #621738
    Doobie
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    Thanks for replying @dustincoc. My wife saw the specialists assistant and it turns out it’s Carpel Tunnel in both hands. She due for a pre-op meet with the surgeon in July now. In the meantime they prescribed two wrist braces which already she says help reduce the pain.

    #622217
    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    Thanks for replying @dustincoc. My wife saw the specialists assistant and it turns out it’s Carpel Tunnel in both hands. She due for a pre-op meet with the surgeon in July now. In the meantime they prescribed two wrist braces which already she says help reduce the pain.

    i don’t know how this works but after the surgery she will be okay or will there be side effects?

    #622235
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    I am not sure if this will help. I had tennis elbow last year I bought this cream and I rubbed this on the sore area of my arm. Also with help of a support brace my pain was gone in few weeks.

    https://www.amazon.ca/Penetrex%C2%AE-Officially-Distributed-Biomax-Inflammation/dp/B00AHHKTSY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492263278&sr=8-1&keywords=penetrex+-+pain+relief+cream

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #622263
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Thanks for replying @dustincoc. My wife saw the specialists assistant and it turns out it’s Carpel Tunnel in both hands. She due for a pre-op meet with the surgeon in July now. In the meantime they prescribed two wrist braces which already she says help reduce the pain.

    i don’t know how this works but after the surgery she will be okay or will there be side effects?

    We don’t know yet for sure. She will ask once she sees the surgeon. We heard it was different for some people. Some it’s like a month and a half, and others it’s like 3 months off work. I think it may depend on what one does for work and how they use their hands.

    #622307

    I am not sure if this will help. I had tennis elbow last year I bought this cream and I rubbed this on the sore area of my arm. Also with help of a support brace my pain was gone in few weeks.

    https://www.amazon.ca/Penetrex%C2%AE-Officially-Distributed-Biomax-Inflammation/dp/B00AHHKTSY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492263278&sr=8-1&keywords=penetrex+-+pain+relief+cream

    I know when I had that about a year and a half ago, it took a couple of months to be able to get the strength back in my grip and forearm, but it’s basically back to normal.

    #622366
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    well for mine tennis elbow it took like 3-4 months of no working out that arm for it to heal up. I just recently started to get back into weights.

    #745489

    These are my three quick remedies; rest, cold therapy to reduce swelling and stretching.

    #745490

    These are my three quick remedies; rest, cold therapy to reduce swelling and stretching.

    Stretching is one of the best things to do , doesn’t matter if you are working in the trades /manufacturing or office work , nothing better than having a body that is flexible, keep those joints moving.

    #745510
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    These are my three quick remedies; rest, cold therapy to reduce swelling and stretching.

    These are true. Also you need make sure doing things the proper way to help avoid issues.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #745530
    Sorpa
    Pro
    Pierrefonds, Qc

    These are my three quick remedies; rest, cold therapy to reduce swelling and stretching.

    Rest is the most important.

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