Hand and Wrist
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
It is a condition where there is numbness, tingling and weakness in the hand and fingers due to excessive pressure on the nerve in the wrist that allows feeling and movement to the other parts of the hand.
Fractures in the hand and wrist occurs when bones break in those areas and causing misalignment in the hands and wrists thereby rendering it useless to do perfunctory functions such as grasping, holding and even opening up your palms.
De Quervain’s Tendinitis
This occurs when the tendons on your thumb are constricted and swelling. It can cause pain and tenderness along the thumb part of the wrist and is most especially noticeable when forming a fist or turning the wrist.