FISIOPATOLOGIA TENOSINOVITIS DE QUERVAIN PDF

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During this time, the splint can be removed to carry out the following exercises. With the other hand, the affected thumb is gently moved away from the table then replaced slowly and smoothly. This movement should be repeated 5 to 10 times. With the other hand, the affected thumb is moved away from the fingers, then brought back in line with them. The movement is repeated 5 to 10 times. Keeping the hand still, the thumb is moved out to the side, as far as feels comfortable, then returned.

The exercise is repeated 5 to 10 times. This is repeated 10 times, increasing repetitions, as the movement becomes more comfortable. The stretch is held for 6 seconds and done 10 times. The position is held for 15 to 30 seconds and repeated three times.

The stretch is held for 15 to 30 seconds and repeated three times. Two sets of 15 are recommended. They then gently bend their wrist up, with the thumb reaching towards the ceiling, then gently lower to the starting position, all without moving the forearm. Two sets of 15 are advised. Preparing for the exercises These exercises should be used for rehabilitation and only done once the initial pain has eased.

Wearing a splint and regularly applying heat or cold packs will also help. Diagnosis and when to see a doctor If the exercises make the pain worse, or if the pain does not reduce after 4 to 6 weeks, people are advised to speak to a doctor.

This is performed by the person placing their thumb in the palm of their hand and making a fist. They will then be asked to bend their wrist in the direction of their little finger. The individual is usually referred to a physiotherapist or hand specialist for treatment, including exercises, such as those described above.

Takeaway As well as exercises, treatment will also include rest, anti-inflammatory painkillers, and wearing a splint. If someone is still suffering symptoms after therapy, steroid injections may be used to reduce the swelling. If the symptoms do not ease after treatment, a doctor may recommend an ultrasound to try to establish if there is some other reason for the pain.

In some cases, the condition can be eased with an operation.

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During this time, the splint can be removed to carry out the following exercises. With the other hand, the affected thumb is gently moved away from the table then replaced slowly and smoothly. This movement should be repeated 5 to 10 times. With the other hand, the affected thumb is moved away from the fingers, then brought back in line with them. The movement is repeated 5 to 10 times. Keeping the hand still, the thumb is moved out to the side, as far as feels comfortable, then returned.

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