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... months ago it got alot worse when i injured my right shoulder and then I did the wrong thing which was to rest the arm and not use it so much. ... (0 replies)
... go my right forearm started to feel sore and I had thought it was from repeated stress so i went to a doctor who said it might've been a minor case of tendonitis and gave me some anti inflammitories and told me to give it a few weeks rest so gave my arm a complete rest. ... (0 replies)
... hi estella3 i have 6 pinched nerves the ulnar radial and median in both my hands and arms. and like you i have the trembling and twitching of my thumb all my fingers and mussle spasms. i had to take a nerve conducting test to find my problems. ... (7 replies)

Hand problems
Aug 21, 2006
... on my wrist. Looking at my right hand, palm down, its on the thumb side. If I spread my fingers and I run fron the index finger and thumb and make a "V" its where the point is on the V. Above my wrist about 1 or 2 inches. It hurts like heck there lately. ... (1 replies)
Wrist pain
Mar 24, 2004
... OK, I have had CTS in the right hand in 2001 a success at the time but has since startd to come back, left hand CTS and ulnar decompression May 2003 which ended with nerve injury, still have sausage sensation with prickly feel in the ring and part of the middle finger and wrist. ... (0 replies)
... uggest you make an appointment to see a spine specialist. This can be either an orthopedic spine surgeon or a neurosurgeon whose practice is limited to the back and neck. Some people are hesitant to consult with a spine specialist because they see the word "surgeon" and think that is all they do. ... (3 replies)
... i m glad that you are in healthboards and you are asking about your situation. This website helped me move on with my case and i hope it will be helpful for you too. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not familiar with CTS. However I've been diagnosed with Dequervain's. A sports medicine doctor diagnosed me using the Finkelstein test, pressing in the area and my symptoms. I did have an MRI because I have several wrist problems and it also showed the Dequervain's. ... (1 replies)
... When I was 17 I broke my right collar bone in a wrestling match, I wore a brace and no surgery was needed. ... (1 replies)
... At the time of the second surgery, when it was discovered the nerve had been nicked, the hand surgeon tried to line up the fascicles and covered them with some tissue to help keep scar tissue from forming and adhering and causing problems. ... (9 replies)
... This sounds pretty bad... and uncomfortable! but also.. ... (4 replies)
... But, as of late, I have been having problems with my right hand and wrist. it hurts, feels bruised to the touch up to my thumb, I have trouble opening things and the other day went to pick up my coffee cup and had severe pain shoot thru my wrist and I could not grip the cup. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry I should have clarified myself. Dequervains Tendonitis affects the wrist not the finger. I had the cortisone shot in my wrist but it didn't help and I ended up having surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I see one for a back problem, and I mentioned my wrist and elbow to him when I started seeing a specialist for them. My chiropractor did manage to twist my wrist in such a way that made it pop several times, and my symptoms were relieved. Two bones in my wrist were "stuck" together, kind of like a jammed finger. ... (3 replies)
... and warned that the next things to come would be trigger thumb and even worse ulnar entrapment. ... (3 replies)
... Went back to the orthopedic surgeon and he recommended PT for 4 weeks. Did the exercises but it tended to make the wrist and thumb hurt worse and become more numb. Physical therapist thought maybe arthritis had set in. ... (1 replies)
... em. I also had a couple of falls in recent years which of course, I tried to break by reaching my hands outward, so there may be some trauma associated with the problems now too. I'm a 46 year old women, currently in relatively good health, for the most part. I do use computers a lot on a daily basis. ... (2 replies)
... the abductor pollicus longus and your extensor pollicus brevis. ... (6 replies)
... Ca***l Tunnel Syndrome is usually characterized by burning pain at the wrist, usually affecting the thumb and first two fingers as well - causing pain, tingling, numbness... Preventing ca***l tunnel is easier than trying to correct it once it has progressed too far, using stretching/strengthening techniques. Surgery is another option for those with severe problems. If you are... (3 replies)
... few days. I go to the Surgeon, a specialist in CTS to check into injections or whatever he has to say. I used to go to a chiropracter every week for other spine and health problems, then. . . the company where I work changed insurance and chiropractic care isn't covered, so I quit going. ... (6 replies)

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