Re: Pain in forearm

Many things can cause the syptoms you are having, too many infact to go through all of them here. I would see a chiropractor to investigate what the cause is. Common causes are shoulder impingment syndrome, cervical radiculitis, thoracic outlet syndrome, cervical disc herniation/protrusion.

Posted By doc4bax on July 17, 2007 at 12:48:16:

In Reply to: Pain in forearm posted by Kat on July 08, 2007 at 17:55:01:

Allows full dexterity of the fingers and thumb, yet limits wrist flexion. Longer length for greater wrist control and increased immobilization. Latex Free.

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