Arm tendon pain

Back in 2004, I had physical therapy on my right forearm just below the elbow and right shoulder. I was told I may have torn my bicep tendon in both places and that I was suffering from tendonosis related to my job (I work on a computer for 8 hours/day for 15 years). I did the therapy, but didn’t seem to get results.

I could feel the tendons in my forearm snap off of each other when I turned my wrist as if unscrewing something. This seemed to be causing the pain, which was so intense at times that it would make me dizzy. I tried wearing a wrap when doing anything even slightly strenuous (hammering, digging, working out, moving furniture etc.) and sometimes it would prevent the pain

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