Non Surgical Treatment of De Quervain's Tenosynovitis
Effective rehabilitation for De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis with Powerball
How does Powerball rehabilitate De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis?
1) Using Powerball sends massive amounts of blood flow into inflamed tendons
2) It strengthens muscles and tendons in your hands, wrists & arms.
3) Powerballs treatment is 100% non-impact isometric exercise uniquely adept at curing Repetitive Strain Injuries like De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis.
With De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis in particular prognosis and recovery is different for everyone. We cannot guarantee 100% that Powerball will work for everyone, however, we can guarantee that it will give you a very good chance of recovery without needing surgery. Even if surgery is needed Powerball will help you recover faster post-surgery. In fact, it is a pity that you did not own a Powerball previously as using Powerball regularly prevents RSI.
Reducing Rehabilitation times
There is nothing (absolutely nothing) that will bring relief and recovery from De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis faster than increased blood flow in the damaged/inflamed tendons of the thumb which sit at the root of this debilitating condition.
So here is the little secret, you heal yourself! Well kind of, Powerball speeds up this process immensely with 100% non-impact isometric exercise.
The problem with RSI conditions is that they stop people moving normally and carrying out day to day tasks without pain. Powerball is a unique device as even when you are injured you can exercise and rehabilitate pain-free. Powerball uses resistance created by its gyroscopic rotor (gyroscopic precession) to allow you to rehabilitate and recover.
Symptoms & Causes of De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is a painful and highly debilitating condition which originates from one or both tendons connecting the thumb to the forearm muscles as they pass out through the wrist joint. It is generally brought on by overuse of the thumb during any repetitive gripping action or simply from a blow to the hand/thumb area which causes the tendons to become inflamed and irritated. Drummers suffer particularly badly, as do players of all types of racquet sports & gardeners too – albeit anyone, of any age, can be affected. The condition is far more common in women than men (10-1) and is particularly prevalent during pregnancy.
- pain centred around the base of the thumb directly over both tendons;
- Soreness when straightening, extending the thumb or pinching things;
- Swelling & stiffness of the thumb and wrist area
- Cuts rehab times
- Repairs scarred tissues
- Increases blood flow
- Non-impact – Isometric resistance exercise
- Physio designed exercises
- Physio rehabilitation programmes