Arthritis Pain Reliever Hand Strengthening Xtensor Pain Relief Device uniquely strengthens the muscles and tendons that open the fingers to counterbalance the effects of a lifetime of gripping and squeezing. This muscle therapy strengthens muscles virtually off limits to all other devices. Exercising the muscles that open the hands helps improve finger joint range of motion (ROM) for people suffering with arthritis hand pain. Arthritis hand exercise is a powerful tool in helping to minimize the effects of ARTHRITIS PAIN improving JOINT RANGE OF MOTION AND FLEXIBILITY. This pain relief device is an essential tool for: Managing arthritis, Relieving joint stiffness in the fingers, Relieving arthritis joint pain & stiffness in the hands, Increasing flexibility and finger joint range of motion. The Xtensor uniquely strengthens the muscles and tendons that open the fingers to counterbalance the effects of a lifetime of gripping and squeezing. Arthritis finger joint pain can be reduced through a series of simple exercises that take only a few minutes per day. Nearly 12,000,000 Americans suffer from the effects of Hand Stiffness due to arthritis. There is no cure for arthritis. Patients successful in treating Arthritis have recognized the benefits of well balanced treatment programs. Exercise as a treatment for arthritis pain relief is Clinically proven, the research has proven the importance of incorporating: Stronger muscles that surround affected joints, massage therapy, stretching and heat therapy. The motion that counteracts the effects everyday life has on the hands. With the goal improving quality of life and enable people to remain active and independant. The Yellow Xtensor is a one size fits all device that comes with 13 finger bands in 3 sizes and used to relieve symptoms from Elbow Pain Tennis/Golfers Elbow, Wrist Pain from computer use, Thumb Pain, Hand Stiffness, arthritis, and to make Gamers Hands Interact Faster with their gaming controller!
How to Treat Finger Ganglion Cysts!
Ganglion cysts of the finger can spontaneously disappear without ever having treatment. However, some ganglion cysts continuously persist and can become a big source of pain and disability. Earlier treatment of ganglion cysts results in better pain relief, reduced disability and reduced reoccurrence in the future. Here is the following ganglion cyst finger treatment to help remove them.
Ganglion Cyst Finger Treatment
Aspiration is when fluid is drawn out of the ganglion usually via a needle. This will completely deflate the ganglion and has a 75 per cent efficacy in treating the ganglion. There is a slight risk of infection at the site of aspiration, but it is a procedure that is easily performed safely.
Surgery can be performed at the site of ganglion near the finger where the ganglion is excised from the joint and tendon. With this procedure, there is a risk that tendons and nerves can be damaged as they can be cut. This procedure should be done by a hand specialist surgeon to avoid any potential damage and proper management after surgery.
Soft Tissue Massage
Soft tissue massage is effective in treating ganglion cysts as it helps move fluid out. With daily gentle rhythmic massage aided with massage oil, ganglion cysts can be removed and treated. The massage should be done along the whole tendon that is affected, that is extensor or flexor digitorum longus should be treated along the whole length of the muscle. This should mean that you should start massaging from the forearm right down to the finger tips. Constant massaging can help relieve you of your symptoms.
Paraffin Wax baths
Paraffin wax baths is a heat based treatment that gets heat and blood flow right deep into your joints and fingers. Treatment is performed by dipping the affected hand in a bath of warm paraffin wax and then quickly taken out to cool for 15-20 minutes. Usually a physical therapist or osteopath will have one of these wax baths which immensely improves your pain and symptoms. Regular weekly treatment needs to be performed to completely remove the cyst from your finger.
Ultrasound used therapeutically is different from the ultrasound used to treat ailments and pain. Ultrasound works by emitting high frequency sound waves to stimulate tissue healing, improve blood flow and reduce inflammation. When performed on a ganglion, it can immediately reduce the fluid content in the ganglion. Frequent treatment can help ease or completely reduce the ganglion.