Pain from playing Guitar? Treat RSI's from Guitar play
Why are there pains from Guitar Play?
Guitar can be a pain, carpal tunnel and related repetitive strain injuries (RSI’s) from playing can be a common occurrence. Stay healthy from fingertip to shoulder while playing guitar with Powerball!
‘Guitar Wrist’ and repetitive strain injuries or carpal tunnel from guitar playing can strike both professional and amateur guitar players alike. The strain that wrists, fingers and upper limbs are under from guitar playing can take it’s toll. This pain should not be ignored as it can develop into more serious problems that can stop people from playing altogether. Feeling hot, cold, tingling or needles can be the first sign of nerve damage that needs to be treated. Building muscle strength around the ligaments and tendons that support the wrists, fingers and elbows is the best way to prevent guitar based RSI’s.
How Powerball Works?
Wrists and fingers source their strength & flexibility from the forearm’s powerful extensor / flexor muscles. The Isometric exercise Powerball provides strengthens these muscles and adds endurance like no other product. Powerball increases blood flow and promotes the production of synovial Fluid
Repair & Strengthen
There is a reason that climbers have been using Powerball for decades. Powerball is both a rehabilitation product and strengthening product, so whether you wish to recover from a guitar based RSI / ‘guitar wrist’ or are looking to play for longer Powerball is the perfect device. Using Powerball for as little as 3 minutes daily will show improvements relive pain relief and allow to play for longer. Powerball has also physio designed exercise videos for treatment and strengthening of the fingers, wrist and arm (see related videos on this page, full list above in videos tab).
Powerball has 1000’s of online five-star reviews and is recommended by physios throughout the world. See what some of our guitar playing customers have said about Powerball at the bottom of the page.