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Do you have pain in your wrists? How to tell whether it's carpal tunnel syndrome or wrist tendonitis -- and what you can do to lessen the symptoms.
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A wrist fracture is a break or a crack in one or more of your wrist bones. For a wrist specialist call us today at 888-409-8006.
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Repetitive Strain Injury Wrist | Aaliya Yaqub, MD on Twitter: "Repetitive strain injury ...
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A wrist injury can be a setback, but it can also be a chance to improve function. Let’s learn how to treat a sprained wrist with strength and mobility work.
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Wrapping your wrist can help you prevent injury or recover from an injury by protecting and supporting the joint and muscles. The two main types of athletic tape -- zinc oxide and elastic adhesive bandage -- each have their advantages.
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De Quervain's Syndrome is also known as New Mom's Syndrome. Check out this blog to learn about the different symptoms and treatment options available.
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Wrap a Wrist with Tape: Protect an Injury or Preventing Wrist Injuries with Taping
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The health of our wrists not only depends upon the strength and tone of the muscles on the tops and bottoms of our forearms, but also upon how we bear weight on our hands and wrists. Although repetitive use will damage muscular tension, wrist injuries themselves are usually caused by how we put weight on our hands.
Wrist injuries are common in yoga, yet we ignore them and move in to poses that put pressure on our wrists without knowing how our muscles support this complex joint. We can learn to take care of our wrists by understanding alignment and anatomy. The strength of the muscles in our arms and shoulders will determine our wrist...
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For post-menopausal women with severe osteoporosis, the combination of two medications could build and maintain bone mass.
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