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07/14/2014 at 10:51 am #71027Chris MacLean
Hi All,A few weeks ago I was performing Thrusters with 40KG and at some point pushing the bar overhead something happened in my wrist and I was not able to continue.I went to see a traumatologist to understand what was the problem and concluded it is an inflamed tendon (there has never been any swelling).I have now been resting the hand and done phystiotherapy incl. magnetics, elektro and icing, but after 3 weeks I still have this stinging pain in some positions.Any ideas how to speed up recovery would be highly appreciated.Thanks,Thomas
07/14/2014 at 4:00 pm #74955Anonymous
First, I would recommend not icing.
Gary Reinl’s book ICED is a great resource on it.
People, We’ve Got to Stop Icing Injuries. We Were Wrong, Sooo Wrong | Community Video
(A year later) Peoples, We’ve Got to Stop Icing. A Year Later…. | Community Video
Original MD that coined RICE reversed his position
Have you looked up stream at the elbow?
The cause may originate there.
07/20/2014 at 5:20 pm #74975Katie HemphillParticipant
Hey Thomas,Info collection time.Stinging pain in what positions in particular? What part of your wrist hurts? Does it hurt when you enter these positions passively (push yourself into position) vs. actively (use your muscles to pull your wrist into position)?Other than the treatments you mentioned your physio performing (electro, etc), what are you doing to deal with the issue? Have you been assigned any strength / mobility exercises by your therapist?The more information you can provide, the better.
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