Many people who repetitively use their hand and wrist experience wrist pain. In fact, about 30 to 45 percent of manual worker’s self-report hand and wrist complaints. Thirty-two to 73 percent of athletes performing wrist-loading sports, such as tennis, gymnastics, rowing, volleyball, hockey, and judo, may develop wrist pain too. Pain in the hand and wrist area may be a sign of degenerative and inflammatory processes involving the tendons and the sheath that covers them. In athletes, it may be a long-term symptom of overuse injury.
If you are having pain and loss of mobility in your hands, get a diagnosis now. In an initial visit to the chiropractor, a spinal adjustment will be done to evaluate spinal health and help to relieve pain. The chiropractor will review a medical history and current activities, and then discuss the current situation, asking when pain and loss of function started and how quickly it has progressed. Throughout the course of treatment, the chiropractor will seek to relieve pain and improve mobility without medication or surgery. To know more contact Dr. Steve Minors or check out: http://www.rehabfx.com/ now.
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