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ARM PROBLEM

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is pressure on a nerve in your wrist. It causes tingling, numbness and pain in your hand and fingers.

Sign and Symptoms of CTS

  • Pain in your fingers, hand or arm

  • Hand numbness

  • Tingling or pins and needles in hand and fingers

  • Weakness in hand and finger

  • Difficulty gripping

  • Treatment Method

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ARM PROBLEM

FROZEN SHOULDER

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a thickening and tightening of the soft tissue capsule that surrounds the glenohumeral joint, the ball and socket joint of the shoulder which cause pain and limitation of shoulder movement.

Sign and symptoms of frozen shoulder

  1. Stage one: In the "freezing" stage, develops a slow onset of pain. As the pain worsens, the shoulder movement becomes more limited.

  2. Stage two: The "frozen" stage is marked by a gradual improvement pain, but the stiffness remains.

  3. Stage three: The final stage is the "resolving", during which shoulder motion slowly returns toward normal.

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ARM PROBLEM

TENNIS ELBOW

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Tennis elbow is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. This condition usually caused by repetitive, strenuous movement of your arm and wrist.

Sign and symptoms of tennis elbow

  • Pain on the outside of your upper forearm, at your elbow level

  • Pain when lifting or bending your arm

  • Pain when gripping small objects, such as a pen

  • Pain increase when twisting your forearm, such as drying towel or opening a jar

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ARM PROBLEM

TRIGGER FINGER

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Trigger finger is a condition that affects tendons of hand, which making it difficult in bending the affected finger or thumb.

Sign and symptoms of trigger finger

  • Pain and tenderness at base of affected finger

  • Stiffness and clicking when moving affected finger

  • Difficulty in bending the affected finger

  • Affected finger may stuck in a bent position and suddenly pop straight.