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Tendonitis ( inside of Arms )

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I have had chronic pain, sometimes intense pain especially when I flex my bicept, on the inside of both arms. I weight lift often and find myself skipping any and all pulling exercises i.e. curls, pull-ups, and rows to prevent continuing flare-ups. In addition, I have a 18 month old that I still hold and carry quit often I feel that this is a major contributor to the problem, therefore, I have subsequently made a concious effort not to hold the baby as much however, the problem is not clearing up as I have anticipated. Is there any advise you could give me short of stopping all physical activity?Thank You,Roy

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  1. Sounds like you have tendonitis. Have you had it correctly diagnosed? If that’s what it is, you need to stop all gripping and lifting and give it a chance to heal. It can take months for it to completely get better. If you get it diagnosed as tendonitis I can give you a really good program that we’ve had good success with. But you should go see a doctor first and get it correctly diagnosed before I give you the exercises. You can e-mail me at maryscottpt@yahoo and I would be happy to coorespond with you.

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