Wrist Tendonitis: An Overview

Wrist tendonitis—sometimes spelled tendinitis—is the inflammation of one or more tendons in the wrist. This inflammation typically causes symptoms such as pain, swelling, stiffness, and/or warmth in the wrist. Wrist tendonitis is caused due to small (micro) tears in a tendon as a result of sudden or repetitive injury. Movements such as opening and closing the hand and/or bending/rotating the wrist in one or more directions may be painful. Read Full Details Here>>

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