Recently, we published an interview with a Russian athlete and concurrently a vascular surgeon Vyacheslav Karpov. We also invited you, readers, to ask Vyacheslav the questions you are interested in. ()
Vyacheslav answered the questions because of his understanding of the problem: “I do not pretend to the truth in the last resort. I ask the readers to be sympathetic", – he said.
Alexander Alexandrin: Styloiditis. Half a year, both wrists hurt, I did not do training. It appeared after sparring, the rival in the hook twisted me so that the flexibility was not enough for such a supination. I had a course of treatment, but the pain does not pass. Maybe it's normal, a friend said that a year and a half will hurt. Another friend that all life it will crackle. What to do: how to restore the wrist, otherwise it turns out that by doing armwrestling for strengthening hands, I only loosened them so that I can not hold anything except fork.
Vyacheslav Karpov: It is necessary to understand that styloiditis is one of the types of inflammatory-dystrophic process, which is characterized by damage to the wrist joints. There is a styloid of the radius in the place of fixation of the tendon to the styloid process of the radial or ulnar bone. I understand, the acute phase has passed, the treatment has been carried out. Now you need to move on: a good warm-up, you can use warming up ointments (nicoflex, for example), while, I think, avoid extreme loads, dynamics with light weights. It is appropriate to take preparations of chondroitin and glucosamine. Alexander, if the pain does not pass, training "through the pain" is not necessary.