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 at their lower attachment points; at their upper attachments, they can be related to MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS (Golfer’s Elbow)

 

SUPERFICIAL FOREARM FLEXORS

DEEP FOREARM FLEXORS

For more information about tendinopathies of all sorts, visit our TENDINITIS -vs- TENDINOSIS page.

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