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... You need an MRI of your neck...trust me...it starts here...and steriod shots into your wrist one month apart for a couple of months can hold carpel tunnel off for months as long as you don't do anything to aggravate it....no lifting weights... ... (8 replies)
... I am 30 and have been lifting weights for much of my adult life. I have had wrist weakness problems and sometimes pain in both wrists, mostly my right one. When at the gym, I need to wear wrist straps in order to lift heavy weights without pain. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a computer programmer and I lift weights. ... (4 replies)

... If I do have CTS confirmed, will I have to stop lifting weights? ... (4 replies)
... arm lifting weights and my two young children. ... (3 replies)
... I have a quick question about wrist and shoulder pain I have. I weight train about 5 times per week, but I type on a keyboard 7 days a week, for the better part of the day. ... (1 replies)
... I have had bad wrist, arm shoulder and upper back pain for about 2 years now. ... (1 replies)
... I suffered with a bout of Cubitol TS, and there are exercises that you can do to help cubitol tunnel syndrome. The ones that I can remember from my PT are to sit at a table and put your forearms under the lip of the table and pretend that you are lifting. ... (9 replies)




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