Tag Archives: Repetitive Strain Injury

Tendonitis of Wrist

Tendonitis of Wrist Tendonitis of Wrist By Karel Micek Are you professional baseball player, swimmer, tennis player or golfer? Then you are susceptible to tendonitis in your shoulders, arms, elbows or wrist. Tendonitis of the wrist is an irritation and swelling of the tissue or tunnel which surrounds the tendons of the thumb. Pain in […]

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Tendonitis and Piano Playing – How Can Tendonitis For Pianists Be Resolved or Dealt With Appropriately?

  It is no secret to just about any long term pianist that occasional pain and muscular discomfort may occur from time to time, during their playing careers. Effectively, this is the result of repetitive strain injury. Many serious or professional pianists will typically practice for around seven hours a day, and over a period […]

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