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Tennis Wrist Pain
Could badminton, or similar exercises like tennis/racquetball help with wrist pain or carpal tunnel?
Pain coming from the wrist. In general, the wrist is described as including the radial-carpal joint, the radial-ulnar joint, the joints between the eight carpal bones, and the joints between the carpal bones and the five metacarpal bones. Wrist pain can be caused from traumatic, degenerative, vascular, and inflammatory causes ...Read more
I have repetitive stress wrist pain (backside) that my PT says is not carpal tunnel- could this be related to my tennis elbow (or vice versa)?
A different approach: Are you interested in an at home treatment program that can reduce your pain in both the wrist and elbow, and possibly relieve your pain completely? You have to be an active participant. You can improve your symptoms with natural healing and reflexes. If interested, please make an appointment for a Virtual Consultation with me. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No and be careful: As push-ups are not the way to treat wrist pain while if you have wrist pain and do a modified push up you can strengthen your wrist and forearm it is very dependent upon making sure you first don't make things worse you really need to get a diagnosis first because you want to make sure you're not going to harm yourself with loading your wrists more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Most likely ganglion: Cyst, usually painfull when they strart to appear. ...Read more
Nondiagnostic: Such fleeting severe wrist pain is nonspecific without other information. Is it caused by motion of the wrist? Is there a tender area? Shooting pains may be due to an irritable nerve. An orthopedic surgeon is best qualified to evaluate and advise you if symptoms persist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Try neutral position: Sometimes this occurs due to hyperextension of the wrists (i.e. The wrists are placed at 90 degrees or more and then placed under stress/weight). In this case, you could try using pushup type bars, which place your wrists in a more neutral position. Of course, you'll want to try bars which are fixed in position and do not rotate/move. ...Read more
Old trauma: You wrist pain can be caused by structures around the wrist , such as a sore tendon. It may be caused by old wrist trauma that is now becoming a problem.. Splint the wrist a few days and, if you are not allergic to them, start Aspirin or a non steroidal such as Ibuprofen . If you pain persists, see you doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tim first talk 2 Ur-: -parents. Tell them what happened & they R the gate keepers for Ur medical care. If this is due 2 a high impact fall or jamming of the wrist, a navicular fracture can B possible. If it is very bothersome let them know. The MD 2 C is Ur PCP 4 starters, referral as needed. ...Read more