Can Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Cause Forearm Tingling/Pain?

Can Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Cause Forearm Tingling/Pain?
If you have had a tingling sensation or pain in your inner forearm or in your fingers and you don’t suffer from neck or nerve pain or Golfers elbow, you maybe affected by a condition known as Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. In this blog, we will discuss this condition in more details, its common symptoms, why they occur and how to differentiate it from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ....
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What is the cause of your wrist and hand pain?

What is the cause of your wrist and hand pain?
The wrist and hand are made up of many small bones and joints. There are many complicated pulley systems, muscles and ligaments that are in action while you are going about your daily activities.
 
Wrist and hand pain is a very common occurrence nowadays, specially with more mobile phone and keyboard use. Let's look at the different types of pathologies seen in the wrist and hand and their specific symptoms. Interestingly enough some of the symptoms of wrist and hand pain can give you an idea of what is possibly going on there. Once you understand the reason for your pain you can work on the treatment with your healthcare provider accordingly. 
 
Here are some of the common conditions seen in the wrist and hand ....
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Why do you injure yourself during exercises?

Why do you injure yourself during exercises?
When you do your exercises, as a part of your workout or as advised by your physical therapist you might find yourself getting injured during these exercises. This can set you back in your exercise or rehabilitation journey and when this happens constantly it can  weigh you down mentally. However, there is always a  valid reason such as an underlying undiagnosed problem or it maybe that you need to simply need to tweak your exercise routine. In this blog we will discuss three common reasons why you might be getting injured during your exercises ....
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What is a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI) and 6 Easy Home Hacks To Help You With RSI

What is a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI) and 6 Easy Home Hacks To Help You With RSI
Repetitive stress injuries are also known as RSI or cumulative trauma disorders or overuse syndrome. RSI is a term used for injuries in muscles, nerves and tendons caused by repetitive movement and/or overuse. RSI can affect almost any joint, muscle, tendon or ligament of the human body. RSIs are associated with repetitive actions, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, and sustained or awkward positions ....

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What Are The Symptoms of a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI)?

What Are The Symptoms of a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI)?
Repetitive stress injuries are also known as RSI or cumulative trauma disorders or overuse syndrome. RSI is a term used for injuries in muscles, nerves and tendons caused by repetitive movement and/or overuse. RSI can arise from multiple causes and thus cause a wide range of possible symptoms. Some of the general symptoms are ..... 
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