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How to stop elbow, forearm, wrist & hand pain

In this video I explain why so many people suffer from elbow, forearm, wrist and hand pain and how posture correction exercises can help you get pain free.

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This area is close to my heart as I suffered from severe RSI for years with constant pain in my forearms, wrists and fingers. I was told the issue was me using the computer too much. This made no sense to me because most people can use a computer and not develop RSI, so why did I? The same is true whether you have tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, tendonitis etc.

The truth is the activity is rarely the issue, it’s the body you bring to the activity. 

With elbow, forearm, wrist and hand pain, the root cause, very often, is that the shoulder has moved out of position because of incorrect posture.

When the shoulder is out of position, the elbow, forearm and wrist have to take on extra work causing excess strain and eventually you may develop a condition.

Many therapies only bring you temporary pain relief as they only target the condition you have. This is why massage, painkillers, surgery, braces and rest usually don’t help in the long-term. Posture Correction Therapy on the other hand, aims to target the underlying root cause, which very often is your posture, in particular the position of your shoulder.

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Ameet Bhakta BSc. DipHE.

Posture Specialist in London

Egoscue Institute Certified

6 comments
  • Anjana
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    Hi Ameet,

    This is Anjana from India, Bangalore. I accidentally happened to come stumble upon your site. I must say i have liked it and subscribed for your website. It started with me having pain on my shoulder , lower back neck etc etc. I am 35 years old. I work as an HR, so the obvious use of computer. But after watching ur video i realized all these are linked to ur posture. Now why i am writing this mail is that in the above video upload i didn’t see any exercises for arm wrist pain which also i am suffering with. So could you pls tell me if i need to go to any other link or something like that. If you could share your thoughts on the same, it would be great. Thank you so much for your time.

    Regards,
    Anjana

    • Ameet Bhakta
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      Hi Anjana,

      I made a separate video for upper back, shoulder and neck pain, and the exercises in that video are applicable for elbow, forearm, wrist and hand pain as they also help the hip, upper back, shoulder and head get into a better position. They’re on my blog page.

  • Anjana
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    Hi Ameet,

    Also pls suggets how many times these excercises has to be done in a day. Is it only once or every few hours? Thank you.

    Regards,
    Anjana

      • Anjana
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        Hello Ameet,

        Thank you soo much for your response. Infact I have watched the video for upper back, shoulder and neck pain. I have been practising regularly from past one week and I can say that I could feel the difference especially my lower back, but my wrist pain has not reduced . May be continous practising could help me.

        Thanks again..

        Anjana.

        • Ameet Bhakta
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          That’s great news on the lower back. In terms of the wrist, overcoming chronic pain takes time and as I stated in the video, if things don’t improve it might mean you need more targeted exercises to address your specific postural imbalances. Take care

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