WRIST / FOREARM FLEXOR TENDINOSIS

WRIST / FOREARM FLEXOR TENDINOSIS

The Flexor Tendons and muscles of the wrist and forearm are found on the palm side.  Try and touch your fingers to your forearm, and you will feel your Flexor Tendons ball up.  Not only are these muscles and their tendons intimately related to CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, they are often related to MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS (Golfer’s Elbow).

ANATOMY & TENDONS OF THE FOREARM FLEXOR MUSCLES

SUPERFICIAL MUSCLES OF THE FOREARM FLEXORS

For more information about tendinopathies of all sorts, visit our TENDINITIS -vs- TENDINOSIS page.  Please make sure you watch some of our PATIENT TESTIMONIALS as well.

DEEP FOREARM FLEXOR MUSCLES

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