THE RECOVER CLINIC
LOWER GROUND FLOOR, C-143, VARUN MARG, DEFENCE
COLONY NEAR LAJPAT NAGAR, NEW DELHI, 110024

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REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURIES TREATMENT

MYOFASCIAL PAIN

Myofascial pain is a chronic syndrome in which any pressure on sensitive/trigger points causes pain in unrelated body parts. The syndrome occurs when there is a frequent contraction in muscles due to lifestyle at workplace or muscle tension due to stress. The pain triggered by muscle tension usually worsens with time. Its treatment includes physical therapy and injecting on trigger points.

THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME

Thoracic outlet is a syndrome in which there is contraction in nerves in between your collarbone and first rib. The condition often leads to pain in body parts such as shoulders and neck also causing numbness in fingers at times. Common injuries leading to such physical trauma are usually experienced from an accident, a repetitive injury from job or sports related activities. There are times when the effects of this syndrome are unknown in nature.

TENNIS ELBOW

Tennis elbow, also known as epicondylitis is a condition where tendons of a patient’s elbow suffer due to repetitive motions of the wrist and arm. Despite its name, athletes aren't the only people who develop tennis elbow. People whose jobs feature the types of motions that can lead to tennis elbow include plumbers, painters, carpenters and butchers.
The pain of tennis elbow occurs primarily where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to a bony bump on the outside of your elbow. Pain may extend to your forearm and to your wrist.

GOLFER’S ELBOW

Golfer's elbow is a painful condition in which the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of your elbow. The pain may extend to your forearm and wrist.
Golfer's elbow is similar to tennis elbow, which occurs on the outside of the elbow. Athletes and others who repeatedly use their wrists or clinch their fingers are susceptible to develop golfer's elbow.

Wrist sprains

It is a condition where an individual experiences sudden pain in the wrist felt due to an injury or the pain that is triggered due to fall onto an outstretched hand. The symptoms may vary depending upon the extent of the injury and the location of the sprain. In this, pain is experienced while moving the wrist and a tender spot may be felt where the ligament is damaged. If one has sprained their wrist, they will notice mild swelling or bruising in the area.

DE QUERVAIN'S TENOSYNOVITIS

A painful condition experienced by a patient on tendons of the thumb side of a person’s wrist. If one is suffering from de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, they will experience pain while turning their wrist, grasping anything or making a fist.
Though the cause of suffering from this syndrome is still unknown, any activity that concerns repetitive hand or wrist movement involved in occupational proceedings are said to trigger the condition. Activities like playing golf, gardening, etc. are said to make it worse.

TRIGGER THUMB AND FINGER

It is a condition in which a person’s finger gets stuck in a bent position. The finger straightens or bends with a snap like a trigger being pulled and released.
Also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, it is said to occur when the inflammation narrows the space within the sheath that surrounds the tendon in the affected finger. If the condition is severe, the person’s finger may get locked in a bent position. People whose occupational duties and hobbies require repetitive action of gripping are susceptible to suffer from this disease.

RUNNERS KNEE

A broad term used to describe the pain felt due to several kinds of knee problems. Activities that involve spending a lot of time involving bending of knees- walking, biking and jumping, may get a person runner’s knee. The pain around the kneecap area is a condition of suffering from runner’s knee.

MERALGIA PARESTHETICA

Tingling, numbness and burning pain in the outer thigh characterize Meralgia Paresthetica. It is caused due to compression of the nerve that supplies sensation to the skin surface of your thigh.
Some of the main causes of this condition are tight clothing, obesity or weight gain, and pregnancy. However, local trauma or a disease such as diabetes can also cause this. Wearing loose clothing in non-serious cases whereas severe cases may include medications to relieve discomfort or, rarely, surgery.

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

It is a syndrome that causes numbness, tingling and other symptoms in hand and arm. In this, a nerve in the carpal tunnel, a narrow passageway on the palm side of the wrist, is compressed.
The structure of your wrist, health problems and possibly repetitive hand motions can contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome.
With proper physiotherapy treatment, the tingling and numbness restores along with wrist and hand function.

CUBITAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome involves stretching or pressuring of the ‘funny bone’ nerve (ulnar nerve) that further causes numbness or tingling in the ring finger and small fingers. The pain in the forearm and weakness on the hand are another type of symptoms.

BURSITIS

The irritation and inflammation of the bursa is known as Bursitis. Located between tissues such as bone, tendons, muscle and skin that reduces rubbing, friction and irritation. It is often developed over repeated impact on the area.

STRAINS AND SPRAINS

The tough band of fibrous tissue that connects two bones together in your joints is known as ligament. A stretch and tear in these ligaments is known as a Sprain. A sprain mostly occurs in your ankle.
The fibrous cord of tissue that connects muscles to bones is known as tendon. A stretch or tear in the muscles or a tendon is known as a Strain. It often occurs in the lower back and hamstrings (muscles on the back of your thigh).




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