How to treat tendonitis
Many of us, not all have this problem. A close friend of mine just told me she has terrible pains in her hands and arm. She is a work-a-holic like most of us. So, I did research for natural ways to help her. What I uncovered was much more than I thought I was looking for. Just a sample of what I located is out lined as
How to treat tendonitis – more resources
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Repetitive Strain Injuries: A Self-Care Program
- It’s Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!
- Repetitive Strain Injury – A Computer User’s Guide
Info & discussion
- Clay Scott’s RSI page at University of Michigan
- Facebook repetitive strain injury support group
- Paul Marxhausen’s RSI page at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Guild for Structural Integration
- Hellerwork Structural Integration
- Rolf Institute of Structural Integration
This is the end portion. To see the complete training http://massagetrack.com/how-to-treat-tendonitis/ which is titled
How to treat tendonitis and repetitive strain injury ~ A recovery formula.
All lot of work went in to this article. Because of our work it is a good idea to view this and the second link I sent to my friend. Which is below.
6 Natural Treatments for Tendonitis
https://draxe.com/tendonitis/ This covers
Different types of tendonitis go by various names depending on how and where it forms, for example:
- “Tennis elbow”
- “Golfer’s elbow”
- “Pitcher’s shoulder”
- “Swimmer’s shoulder”
- “Jumper’s knee”
Some common signs indicating that you might have tendonitis include:
- feeling pains and aches around a specific ligament, joint or muscle
- swelling and tenderness
- increased pain when moving or exercising
- trouble sleeping due to pain
Either of these websites could be of great use to us or any of our friends, relatives or neighbors.
Don't forget to do your homework. Check with your doctors to make sure you will be doing what is good your health and long life. Let us know your results, please.