FFelipe RamirezPosted 1 month ago
hello, my name is Felipe, I have a patient with quervain's tenosynovitis, She has done exercises of gentle load to the tendon ( 3-4 max / 10 level of pain) with isometric contractions, eccentric and concentric of the extensor muscles long of the thumb and short abductor, with short elastic bands but the patient has not lowered the pain so much in these weeks, what approach of exercises have you taken with this pathology or which exercises you usually does in this kind of pathology.
Thanks very much
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