WRIST / FOREARM
(Wrist Pain & Forearm Pain)
The Flexor Tendons and muscles of the wrist and forearm are found on the palm side. Try and touch your fingers to your forearm, and you will feel your Flexor Tendons ball up. Not only are these muscles and their tendons intimately related to CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, they are often related to MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS (Golfer’s Elbow).
ANATOMY & TENDONS OF THE FOREARM FLEXOR MUSCLES
(Notice the Incredible Number of Tendons both Superficial and Deep)
Be sure to visit our STRETCHING PAGE as well. This is not a page to show people what I like to refer to as 'Wellness Stretches". Although I think regular stretching is a good thing, that is not what this site is all about. Our various Stretching Pages are dedicated to demonstrating stretches specifically for people suffering with various CHRONIC PAIN SYNDROMES --- particularly those who have been through our TISSUE REMODELING TREATMENT.