Carpal tunnel syndrome can be very uncomfortable, and often very painful. It is caused by pressure on your median nerve which is a very large nerve found in between the bones in your arm. Pressure on this can cause pain, tingling and numbness in your fingers and wrist.
The knee is the largest joint in the body, and it’s constantly in use. Knee injuries are very common, and many elderly people have to pay for knee replacements over time. Common knee injuries include sprains, strains, dislocations, fractures and damage from overuse.
There are multiple types of elbow braces for various needs. For those who have had surgery performed on their wrist or elbow, a post-op elbow brace is the best option. There are also other specific elbow braces that people can use for support after, or to prevent, injuries.
Wrist pain may be occurring because of many different reasons; it may be because of carpel tunnel syndrome, a wrist injury or sprain, or healing from an operation. A wrist brace is the best way to ensure that your wrist is stabilised and supported, both to alleviate pain, and prevent further injury.
We’ve all been told by our elders at one time or another to “stand up straight”, and there is merit to this. Your posture will impact your body in a few different ways. Posture is the position that you hold your body in when you’re walking, standing, sitting and even lounging.