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Re: OT: anybody dealt with tendinitis?

Claude/Adam and others continued thnx for respondign to this thread, figured others had experienced.  Mine is better though the ligament or tendon or whatever extends across back of the hand into the first finger still fills somewhat stiff and sore.  Doing mainly daily stretching assoicated with my home-made yoga.  Also trying to be more concious re playing physical body architecture and actually avoiding using that finger when I can.

On Feb 12, 2008 5:31 AM, Claude Voit <c.voit@vtx.ch> wrote:
of course stretching
but please
stretching must not be another aggression to the muscle and tendon
stretching must be a gentle proposition to the muscle to lengthen by
showing him the direction so he can slip into it by releasing the tension.


Adam Hart a écrit :
> A little late on this one.
> In addition to ice and rest, stretching your hands is an absolute must.  Proper hydration helps a lot too.  Also  a manganese supplement like Ligaplex.
> Had a nasty bout 5 years ago, but it went away!
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