video testimonial:  dequervain’s syndrome

DeQUERVAIN’S SYNDROME
A VIDEO TESTIMONIAL

Tenosynovitis of the Thumb’s Extensor Tendons.  This is what DeQUERVAIN’S SYNDROME is technically defined as.  Truthfully, I think that for the most part, it is not really much (if any) different than plain old TENDINOSIS.  And like Tendinosis, it is not considered an “INFLAMMATORY” problem, even though the name (‘itis‘) indicates otherwise.  This means that the usual barrage of ANTI-INFLAMMATION DRUGS and CORTICOSTEROIDS are not going help you over the long haul.

Over the years, I have (successfully) treated numerous cases of DeQUERVAIN’S SYNDROME.  Add Gerald to that list.  But rather than me telling you all about it, I’ll let Gerald do the talking.  Needless to say, he is thrilled.  Not just because it makes life (work) a whole lot easier, he is able to play music again.

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