... when I saw waving fingers i mean as in like when you type or when you say hi or goodbye. It is the four fingers. The thumb does not hurt as much (7 replies)
... Does that feeling occur when you move your thumb and not the fingers? ... (7 replies)
... Tap your right wrist (palmar side) repeatedly. Do you feel electricity shooting into your hand? If so, that's a positive sign for carpal tunnel. It could also be cervical entrapment of the root at c-6. There are no thoracic nerves that innervate your hand. Thoracic outlet syndrome is entrapment of the lower trunk of the brachial plexus(and possibly the vascular bundle) as... (3 replies)
... I am having this problem with my right thumb. I am left handed, so I do a lot with my left hand. Of course! The muscle is tight and is sore when I move it. It happened last year and has gone away until about a month ago. I type a lot of papers for school. About 2-3 hours on the computer typing every weekend. And it's only in my right thumb. What could it be? (3 replies)
... op. I have never had anything more than moderate soreness since surgery and taking full swings with a golf club didn't add to the slight soreness I had. With each passng day the soreness subsides a little more, the numbness and pins and needles sensation fades and my strength and dexterity improves. ... (22 replies)
... I am very pleased with the progress I feel even though it has been only a few days since surgery. My elbow area has virtually no soreness and the dexterity of my hand is getting better by the day, which I find amazing. ... (22 replies)
... I am very pleased with the progress I feel even though it has been only a few days since surgery. My elbow area has virtually no soreness and the dexterity of my hand is getting better by the day, which I find amazing. ... (36 replies)
... Sorry about giving supposedly misinformation. Evidently the website I got some information from isn't a good one. It was on Thenar Eminence Pain and was a chiropractic website. the part on Tos he mentions as other DC's calling it the t-4 syndrome. Adjustment gives relief in the area supplied by the brachial plexus. Had even title of a study done at John Hopkins.
I guess... (3 replies)
... It would be a good idea to see a hand specialist. You may be able to ward off more serious problems at this point if you get medical or maybe physical therapy help for it.
Have you fallen skiing at all? Any falls where you used hands to brace yourself?
It could be a number of things......
I' m guessing it might have something to do with oppenens pollicis. ( do an... (3 replies)
... is very similar to Carpal Tunnel. Anyway, it involves cutting a sheath over an inflamed tendon that runs from the side of the thumb down the wrist. ... (12 replies)
... I have been having pain and soreness in the area from my right wrist up through the thumb joints. At first I thought it was wrist pain, but now it seems concentrated around the thumb. ... (1 replies)
... Anyway, I did a lot of adjusting my workarea and I pretty much alleviated the problem but occasionally after a hard days works I will feel some soreness and I sometimes have my hands fall asleep but nothing like it was when I was first diagnosed. ... (3 replies)
... well I go to the doctor again tommorow still not totally pleased with the result my hand is a bit better ...but im still a little concerned I can't bend my hand back very far there is still soreness in the pad of my thumb and over the wrist in to the palm of my hand im right handed and I think my left is a lot stronger now I just don't have the strength in my hand any more... (2 replies)