Forums General Palm Pain

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    • #71738
      AvatarMichael Stratton

        Here is my question I have a few female clients that have pain in the center of their palm. When try to do push-ups or dumbbell presses. What could be the problem?

      • #76776
        AvatarSteph Song

          Carpal Tunnel Syndrome comes to my mind. Or maybe the early stages. That would be that my guess

        • #76778
          AvatarPatrick Thomas

            Could be a bruised tendon.
            Pressure on the median nerve.
            Are they addressing the soft tissue of the hand and wrist?

            Technique deviations with either skill?

          • #76779
            AvatarMichael Stratton

              Not doing any thing now. I am need ideas to give them to address the issue.
              Any suggestions?

            • #76780
              AvatarPatrick Thomas

                First I would take a look at their mechanics, hand placement, movement pattern.
                Is this a new situation or has it always been an issue?

                Carl Paoli has great progressions to check in.
                Push Up Progression Pt.1
                Push Up Progression Pt.2
                Push Up Progression Pt.3

                Identify restrictions in full range of motion?
                Make any changes in their technique/movement pattern?

                Are they on a computer a long time at work? home?
                Typing position may need adjustments for the situation to resolve.

              • #76789
                AvatarMichael Stratton

                  Thanks a lot for the information. Will be looking at it. I will give you a heads up on how it goes. Again thanks for your time

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