Thursday, August 18, 2016
How Physical and Occupational Therapy Can Help With Wrist Tendonitis
Office workers who regularly type on a computer keyboard are the most susceptible to contracting wrist tendinitis. Simply put, this is a condition wherein the tendons, tissues that connect the muscles to the bones, become inflamed or irritated.
While far from being debilitating, it can worsen over time and prevent the person from properly using their arms and hands. Particularly because the wrist is a joint, doing even the simplest task, such as carrying a small object, can become painful.
Fortunately, physical and occupational therapy have been found to help alleviate the discomfort brought about by wrist tendonitis. Therapy services provided by the company’s health program would go a long way to help ensure the workforce’s productivity.