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Heal Your Wrist Pain, Hand and Forearm Pain
A very effective healing technique for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Do you have pain in your wrist or hand, or forearm? Does this go up into the elbow or shoulder? Have you had it for what seems like forever? Do you keep aggravating it and making it worse whenever you make certain moves?
If the answer to any or all of these questions is 'yes', then I am recommending that you come for treatment. Not because it may not go away on its own eventually, it probably will, but because I can first of all treat you with techniques that can be 60 to 100% effective on the first visit. And if not completely successful with one treatment, then I can show you how to continue to treat it yourself, and heal it within a very short time thereafter.
I know that's a bold promise, but in the vast majority of cases, healing is achieved in one go. The secret is in the examination and finding out which of the 20 or so muscles in the arm is the one causing the problem, and then isolating it and treating it accordingly.
Have you lost full or partial use of your hand?
Many tasks in the workplace rely on full range of movement in our hands when it comes to earning our living. Boxers, chefs, office workers, computer operators, writers, anyone in manufacturing, the service industry, and in the area of sports, reduced use of our hands is debilitating to us and costly in the workplace.
Things like computer syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetetive strain injuries (RSI's) and tenosynovitis are becoming more commonplace. All of these conditions have one thing in common, PAIN, and also share similar symptoms of STRAIN and DYSFUNCTION.
Please make your appointment and allow me to show you some preventative manoeuvres and exercises you can do in minutes, and to treat you, so that we can eliminate your forearm, wrist and hand pain in the shortest time. I've been helping people heal their wrist pain since around 2003, when I trained in anatomy and body stress techniques, a type of neuro-muscular therapy. Following treatment here at The Haven Healing Centre I will show you simple, non-invasive techniques that you can continue to do at home, which will give 60-100% improvement in only 1 or 2 sessions.
We think of the hands as complicated structures with lots of moving parts, when the reality is they are very beautiful and simple in design. Everything is exactly where it should be to give us the greatest dexterity and the ability to do the most intricate of jobs with ease. Which is why it is such a shame when things go wrong and one or more of the levers and pulleys becomes strained, or the internal lubricant dries up, or individual lines become jammed or pinched and inflammed.
Why are all your hand muscles in your arm?
If you consider the dexterity of your hand, all that movement requires muscle and leverage to do it. If all those muscles were in your hand you would look like you were wearing boxing gloves all the time. No, instead the muscles in your forearm have long tendons to transfer the muscle contraction in your arm to your hand and fingers. The exception is the big muscle at the base of your thumb which allows your thumb to cross over your hand.
Strains or chronic tension in the muscles of the arm can cause mild to severe wrist and forearm pain, as well as hand pain at the tendon attachment points.
Are you suffering from wrist or hand pain?
Our arms and hands consist mainly of bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissue, and nerves. We also have a blood supply and a lymphatic system that helps to drain away toxicity and ash from the energy we expend in our hands and wrists.
There are around 20 muscles in your forearm and hand. When you come for treatment our main focus will be on the 3 basic movements of the hands. Wrist, fingers and thumb motion, as well as the muscles and tendons that drive them allow flexion and extension of the extremities. You will be able to both watch and join in as I put your forearm and hand through various movements and treatments.
I will show you what to do, to either recover over time, or in many cases, within hours or days, rather than weeks and months. Flexor muscles are on the inside of the forearm, and extensor muscles are on the outside of the arm. So immediately, if we discover which movements hurt, we gain valuable insight into which muscles, tendons or ligaments are dysfunctional.
What sort of conditions are treatable using your wrist and hand techniques?
First let me express one word of caution: Broken bones should heal thoroughly before presenting for treatment.
Common problems of the wrist and hand include Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, acute and chronic muscle tension, strain and pain, tingling, numbness, weakness, tendon pain, tendinosis, microtearing, De Quervain's disease, Raynaud's phenomenon, inflammation, swelling, repetitive strain syndrome, tenderness, writers cramp, trigger finger, trigger thumb, dupuytren's contracture, ganglion cysts, and good old tenosynovitis are a few that you may have encountered over time. Okay breathe now.
In addition, fingers, hands, or wrists may display sensations like burning, stinging or unexplained pain; they may feel tired, sore, stiff, numb, itchy, tingly, hot, or cold.
Don't let wrist pain or hand pain ruin your day! Did you know that Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the second biggest cause of long-term time off work, after back pain, and has the least sympathy among collegues. It comes under the heading of, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) or, upper limb disorders (ULDs). It doesn't need to be this way. Please make your appointment and allow me to show you some simple manoeuvres and exercises you can do to help yourself. I look forward to seeing you soon, phil.
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Important Note: DISCLAIMER: This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read.
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