Do I Have Carpal Tunnel or Tendonitis

I've been having painmy wrists. Do Ihave carpal tunnel or tendonitisé The symptoms of both are similar. Both disorderscan cause burningthe wrists, numbness and pain. The pain gets worse at night. That's common for both disorders. That doesn't tell me. You're more likely to get stiffness andcramping with tendonitis. The primary distinction is the loion of the pain.

It seems like the whole hand is numb, whilethe whole wrist hurts. If the pain is on the inside of the wrist,it is carpal tunnel synome. If on the outside, then it is tendonitis. How did I get thisé Carpal tunnel synome is a reitive stressinjury. Tendonitis occurs when the wriststhe tendon are inflamed. I don't get how using my hands would causeeverything from tingling to pain that wakes me up.

Carpal tunnel synome or CTS causes pain,numbness, weakness and tingling. That is because the nervethe carpal tunnel is compressed. Is it possible to have bothé Carpal tunnel synome and tendonitis canbe caused by an injury. Especially when the tendons are strained while the carpal tunnelswells. I haven't had an injury. Tendonitis can cause CTS. If the tendons swellenough, it can put pressure on the nervethe carpal tunnel.

How do I know if it is carpal tunnel synome,tendonitis or something elseé If I've strained something or injured it, how can I be sureé Flex your hand and turn it to a ninety degreeangle to your arm. If it suddenly starts hurting, you have tendonitis or CTS. Ah, that hurts! What do I doé Minimize use of it. Take pain relievers, andif necessary, immobilize the wrist. That's hard to do with a dominant hand. That's true, but imagine how much harderit is to use it if the pain or numbness gets

worse. This painmy wrist is worse than a painin the arse.

Tennis Elbow Golfers Elbow Pain Stretches Ask Jo

(playing on guitar) Oh man, my elbow hurts.Hey everybody, it's Jo! And today we are going to talk about elbow injuries. So I'mgoing to go through some stretches to show you how to get that elbow feeling better.You might have heard of tennis elbow or golfer's elbow. So we'll go through a set of those,and hopefully get you feeling better soon. What I'm going to show you now, is some stretchesfor medial or lateral epicondylitis. Say whaté! Most of you have been diagnosed as probablytennis elbow or golfer's elbow. And basically what that is, is a tennis elbow is when youhave pain on the outside of your elbow. These muscles coming through here. Those are yourextensor muscles, and then your golfer's elbow

is going to be on medial side, and that'sthe inside. Those are your flexor muscles, then ones that pull it in. So what I'm goingto have you do is you're just going to start off with your arm out. You want to go gentlyfirst, so to stretch out your outer muscles, those wrist extensors, you're going to pullyour arm down. Now this is a stretch so you're going to hold it for 30 seconds, do it 3 timeseach. Now you can alternate if they are both kind of hurting a little bit. You can go backup this way. Now that's going to stretch out those underneath muscles, those flexor muscles.So same thing, 3 times for 30 seconds. Now if that feels pretty good, and that's notgetting quite the stretch you want, then you

can use your other hand for some overpressure.So what you're gonna do is bring your other hand across, go down, stretch out those extensormuscles. Pull that hand all the way down, you can see how far down that goes. Now ifit's hurting, you're probably not going to be able to go that far right away. You'restill going to hold it for 30 seconds, do it 3 times, and for those inner flexor muscles,you're going to go out. You're going to hold that there for 30 seconds. Now you can alsodo this against a wall if you want to. If that's a little hard for you to pull, youcan put your hands up against a wall and put some pressure on it. And there you go. Yougot those stretches for your wrist extensors

and your wrist flexors. Alright so there youhave it, those some stretches for your elbow. If you like the jammin', please click thelike button, and leave us a comment, and if you would like to see some more exercisesor some eduional tutorials, go to askjo And remember, be safe, have fun, and I hopeyou feel better soon!.

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