Elbow, Wrist & Hand Pain Relief
- Burning, tingling, numbness and pain in the hand and fingers
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Ganglion cysts
- Golfer’s elbow
- Numbness in hands
- Pain in the wrist or hand, extending to the elbow
- Problems with fine finger movements
- Sensation that the hand is swollen, even if it is not
- Tennis elbow
- Trigger finger
- Weakened grip and difficulty picking up small items
You use your elbows, wrists, and hands constantly throughout the day – but nothing will make you realize just how much you use them like feeling the aches and pains within them. Whether you’re experiencing pain due to an injury, ailment, or some other underlying condition, it can greatly impact your quality of life.
Short-term pain in the elbow, wrist, or hand typically results from an injury, but long-term chronic pain may indicate illness or other underlying factors. You may consider your pain level to be between mild and severe, and it may also be intermittent, meaning it comes and goes at different points throughout the day. Other symptoms accompanying the pain may include numbness or tingling in the extremities, especially in the fingers. This can make it difficult for you to physically perform in a range that is normal for you, creating issues with work or completing everyday tasks, depending on the seriousness of your condition.
Your elbows, wrists, and hands are comprised of such a large variety of muscles, tendons, bones, and joints, that it may be difficult to determine exactly where the pain is stemming from. A few of the most common conditions that may be the culprit for the pain are arthritis, tennis elbow, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and cubital tunnel syndrome.
Don’t let elbow, wrist, or hand pain reduce your quality of life any longer! If you are looking for relief, Vineyard Complementary Medicine today for a consult and to meet with one of our dedicated team members. We will be happy to get you back to living the healthy and physically active life you deserve!
For more information, Contact us at Edgartown, MA center.