Prevent Tenosynovitis Symptoms
Although the exact cause of De Quervain’s disease is still relatively unknown, any repetitive task or wrist movement will likely make it worse. That’s why it is so important to understand what activity caused the condition and to be aware of how you can protect yourself when carrying out this same activity in the future.
Constant overuse of the tendons is usually what causes them to become irritated and inflamed, later developing into an RSI (repetitive strain injury), such as de Quervain’s tenosynovitis. Regular computer use is one of the largest causes of RSI and may very well be the cause of tenosynovitis symptoms for some people.
No matter what caused the condition, it’s important to stay protected and keep de Quervain’s tenosynovitis at bay. Powerball provides effective strengthening and is a simple and efficient form of de Quervain’s tenosynovitis treatment. All it takes is 3 minutes a day of Powerball exercise to stop and reverse the symptoms of this condition. Stay healthy, strong and pain-free with Powerball.