Wrist Tendonitis Treatment -
A Quick Fix

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This wrist tendonitis treatment is intended as a quick fix. It will show you how to release the most likely causes of your pain. And for many people this is all you will need.

If you need additional work to complete your pain relief treatment go to my main Wrist Pain Relief Page where I walk you through more techniques to relieve your pain.

The 2 videos for this Wrist Tendonitis Treatment are below. The Intro Video provides an overview of all the resources available to you.

Go directly to any Wrist Tendonitis Treatment video on this page with these links: Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2.




This short introductory video is a great place to start.

Click directly to any pain relief video on this page:
Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2,.

*Please Watch This Short Video First. Thanks.

Please visit the techniques page now, if you haven't already.

On the homepage I describe…in detail…the 3 Simple Steps and the 4 Basic Facts about your body that make it possible for you to provide your own joint pain relief.


Detailed Instructions For
Wrist Tendonitis Treatment - 
A Quick Fix



Click directly to any pain relief video on this page:
Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2,.

Wrist Tendonitis Treatment - A Quick Fix - Video 1 of 2



The Most Important Thing
One quick note of encouragement, just to say once again that the odds are very good that you can fix your own wrist tendonitis. The cause is often just overuse of certain muscles in your forearms that results in them becoming inappropriately tight. Once they're too tight, those muscles pull on the tendons that run through your wrist and cause inflammation. When we release the tight muscles, that inflammation goes away, quite often, instantly once that tendon is no longer being inappropriately yanked on.

If you have trouble doing the techniques on the forearm, please visit my Wrist Pain Relief Tool - How To Build Your Own (click here) page. This tool could help you immensely if you are willing to build it and use it.

Here's what we cover in Video 1:

We are going to work in the belly of your forearm, since that is most likely where the cause of your wrist tendonitis is coming from. We use two approaches to finding which muscles are tight:
1. Stretch and Assess
2. Press and Assess

Stretch and Assess by grabbing your fingers and pulling your fingers back, you can feel the stretch in your forearm. For some of you, you will feel tension in your forearm even with a minor stretch. First, pull your fingers straight down and notice tension in the middle of your forearm. Second, turn your hands and fingers to each side and notice what tension you feel on the inner and outer edge of your forearm.

Press and Assess by pressing into the tissue in the belly of your forearm and noticing tissue that is painful when you press on it. Healthy tissue is NOT painful when you press on it, so all the tissue that is painful when you press on it is tight.

Just make a mental note of the areas that are tight and then get to work. You'll want to do the press-pull-release technique and the press-hold-move technique to get the tight tissue to release. Only work as deeply as you can relax into. Work on a tight area for a 10 or so, take the release you can get and move up or down, or over a bit and, repeat the process.

Lastly, if you can have a friend press both their thumbs into a tight area and you do a "press-hold-move" while they press, you can get a lot of good work done. This is especially true for the deep muscles in your forearm like the flexor digitorum profundus pictured to the right. If they feel tight when you do the stretch and assess, and their still tight after a lot of work on your own, then see if you can recruit a friend to help you out.

Notice how much this wrist tendonitis treatment is helping and any specific areas that seem to help a lot or need more work in the future.



Click directly to any pain relief video on this page:
Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2,.

Wrist Tendonitis Treatment - A Quick Fix - Video 2 of 2



It's less common for the top of your wrist to hurt, but if you are on a computer a lot then this might be just the wrist tendonitis treatment you've been looking for.

In Video 2, here's what we're going to do:

We now want to release the muscles on the "top" of your forearm. If you palm was face down on a table, these are the muscles you would use to flex your hand back toward your chin. There is not as much flesh to work with on the top of your forearm, so you can't quite dig on it as aggressively as you can with the belly of your forearm.

First, we'll "stretch and assess" and then "press and assess". Note where you feel tension in your tissue and that is where you will do your work. We will still be using the press-pull-release technique and the press-hold-move technique to release the tissue.

You can also use the point of your elbow to release the tissue, but ease in and be gentle until you get the hang of it. Then just get to work. You can do it!

Lastly, using a friend to press their thumbs into any tight tissue while you do a "press-hold-move" can help immensely. They don't have to be particularly strong either to be effective.

Notice how much this wrist tendonitis treatment is helping and any specific areas that seem to help a lot or need more work in the future.

Additional Wrist Tendonitis
Treatment Pages

Wrist Pain Relief
Wrist Pain Relief - the main wrist pain relief page where you are shown the 3 Simple Steps to relieve your wrist pain.

Hand Pain Relief
Hand Pain Relief - the main hand pain relief page where you are shown the 3 Simple Steps to relieve your hand pain.

Finger Joint Pain Relief
Finger Joint Pain Relief - the main finger joint pain relief page where you are shown the 3 Simple Steps to relieve your finger joint pain.

Thumb Joint Pain Relief
Thumb Joint Pain - the main thumb joint pain relief page where you are shown the 3 Simple Steps to relieve your thumb joint pain.



Self-Assessment Of
Wrist Tendonitis Treatment

Did you follow along with all the videos?
Was there one treatment that stood out as "best for you"?
Is there any one technique you would want to do on a regular basis?
Where were you particularly tight?
Was there one particular wrist tendonitis treatment that accessed that tight spot particularly well?
Was there a manual release technique that released your tight areas particularly well?
Remember(!) what worked best for you, so you can do that first next time you need it.
Which muscles are still tender (that means they are too tight!) and could use some more work?

Go back and repeat those techniques that seem to need a few more rounds. You may be pleasantly surprised at the results you get now that you've released other muscles that may prevented them letting go on the first attempt.

Investigate a bit and you'll eventually find which techniques work best for you to provide the best release of your calves. Then you'll be able to fix yourself whenever you want.


Visit the Main Wrist Pain Relief page where you find even more techniques for do-it-yourself wrist pain relief.

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