Playing a lot of video games can result in De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis, or “gamer’s thumb.”. This occurs when tendons in your wrist or lower thumb become inflamed. This condition results in a lot of pain in your fingers, hands, and even the arms.
How can we treat De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis?
A number of methods exist for the treatment of De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis, ranging in medication, surgeries, and De Quervain’s home treatment remedies, which have made treatment exceedingly easy and practical.
Using De Quervain’s Self-Healing Jelly:
Before rushing into expensive treatment methods like steroid injections or surgery, other alternatives and home treatments should be considered, such as using a self-heating jelly. This provides an excellent natural cure for De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis.
What are the benefits?
De Quervain’s Jelly is known as a self-heating jelly that works hand in hand with De Quervain’s Wand and Tape. The self-heating jelly lessens the pain that comes with De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis and soothes the inflammation and swelling occurring in the tendons.
De Quervain’s Jelly prepares the hand for De Quervain’s Wand and Tape, which uses precise and safe ultrasound and infrared radiation to reduce swelling and inflammation in the area. It is designed as an enhancer for the ultrasound frequency, and also has a self-heating function to increase blood flow to the area. It is typically desired over a standard ultrasound gel for De Quervain’s home treatment.
While four-six weeks may be needed to regain the movement in your hand and for the pain to subside following surgery or injections, De Quervain’s Wand and Tape when used together carefully and persistently with the self-heating jelly, can bring you to comfort much faster and provide a safe and risk-free method of non-surgical treatment