Thread: wrist pain
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:08 AM   #6
colin dore
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I would suggest seeking chiropractic assistance first. if the joint is not positioned properly, all of the stretching and strengthening could make it worse. I have not had any problems since I started weightlifting, but I had wrist problems in my early 20's. My chiropractor had a masseuse work on my forearm for about 20minutes, and then popped it back into position. This injury recurred several times due to the repetitive nature of my job at the time (factory line), but my bone-cracker was able to sort it out. Once everything is in order and you're healed up, I would highly recommend cruising the ironmind website or building your own 'wicked wrist roller' and 'twist yo wrists' apparatus. These will strengthen your wrists from every angle. just don't forget the flexibility and mobility drills mentioned above.
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