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Therapy for sore forearm tendons, muscles and elbow joints.

woodswise

woodswise

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Apr 29, 2012
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I have been experiencing sore forearm tendons, muscles and elbow joints. It is as though my forearms are so tight they could burst and the joint with the tendons around it are inflamed and extremely sore to the touch and when I pull something toward my waist with my elbow bent it hurts like hell.

Mine has been coming and going lately. Never had it before this year.

I am getting some massage of the forearms and do some massage of the sore joints, and though those help, it hasn't gone away.

My coach recommended extensor exercises, where you get a rubber band, put it around your fingers, and extend them. I bought a nifty set of special bands from Portholic and started using them this week. It feels great, and the pain seems to be less, and I am guessing this will take a few weeks to correct itself.

Has anyone else had this problem? What did you do to alleviate it?
 
BackAtIt

BackAtIt

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Oct 3, 2016
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I have been experiencing sore forearm tendons, muscles and elbow joints. It is as though my forearms are so tight they could burst and the joint with the tendons around it are inflamed and extremely sore to the touch and when I pull something toward my waist with my elbow bent it hurts like hell.

Mine has been coming and going lately. Never had it before this year.

I am getting some massage of the forearms and do some massage of the sore joints, and though those help, it hasn't gone away.

My coach recommended extensor exercises, where you get a rubber band, put it around your fingers, and extend them. I bought a nifty set of special bands from Portholic and started using them this week. It feels great, and the pain seems to be less, and I am guessing this will take a few weeks to correct itself.

Has anyone else had this problem? What did you do to alleviate it?

I get this periodically after trap workouts...Only if I push it tho...Massaging is what I do...It goes away after about 24hrs or so...Never heard of the extensor exercises, sounds worth looking into...
 
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