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Why DO my forearms hurt?

Posted on January 16, 2015 . 0 Comments

What is a RSI?

A repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an "injury to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems that may be caused by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward positions."[1] RSIs are also known as cumulative trauma disorders, repetitive stress injuries, repetitive motion injuries or disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, and occupational or sports overuse syndromes.

Why do my forearms hurt? 

Forearms consist of the muscles of extensors, flexors, brachioradialis, supinator and pronator to name a few. When the muscles get too tight due to repetitive work or injury (see RSI) then pain can take over and cause aggravation in our lives. ReArm™ is the solution to your problem!

 

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ReArm™ is a Medical Rehabilitation Device

Posted on January 16, 2015 . 0 Comments

Important: Use as directed in video. Use at your own risk, check with your doctor before using. DO NOT use on contused areas or broken bones or skin with a rash. 

If you experience pain, stop use and see your doctor.

Warning: Excessive use may cause bruising, pain or injury, use as directed.  

 

 

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Who can benefit from using a ReArm™ Roller?

Posted on January 16, 2015 . 0 Comments

  • Carpenters
  • Contractors
  • Dentists
  • Electricians
  • Farmers
  • Gardeners
  • Massage Therapists
  • Mechanics
  • Musicians
  • Surgeons
  • Typists
and many more Professionals that use fine motor skills with their hands



         

 Do you play a Racquet Sport?

           Do you suffer from.....Tennis Elbow?

                    Golfers Elbow?

                    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Examples of conditions that may sometimes be attributed to such causes include edema, tendinosis (or less often tendinitis), carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, De Quervain syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, intersection syndrome, golfer's elbow(medial epicondylitis), tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), trigger finger (so-called...

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MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES: TREATING CTS FOR THERAPISTS

Posted on January 02, 2015 . 0 Comments

The following are some symptoms associated with carpal tunnel syndrome.

  • Numbness, pain (often a burning pain), and tingling, in your thumb, index, or middle fingers 
  • Tingling, numbness, or pain, which may move up your arm to your elbow 
  • Weakness of your hand 
  • Dropping objects (due to weakness)
  • Difficulty feeling and handling small objects 

Symptoms may feel worse at night and can sometimes feel relieved if you "shaking out" your hands.



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