What You Should Know About Managing Your Stressed Wrist, Arms and Hands 💡

What You Should Know About Managing Your Stressed Wrist, Arms and Hands 💡

Time to bust your pain away

How do I deal with pain?

Is pain getting in the way of your activities? Start by understanding your discomfort.

What will this pain cost me?

Even the slightest pain can develop into serious injuries. Know the risks and take action.

What if I don’t have time for a specialist?

Special tools designed for your discomfort can help you out. Get to know them here.

Enduring your discomfort is NOT an option

Don’t let pain get in the way of your lifestyle. Learn the risks here:

Hand and Finger Strain

It’s a common misconception for many that hand and finger strain are nothing more than just minor problems. When left unchecked and untreated, however, these injuries can lead to tendon tears, numbness, breaks, fractures, strains, tendinitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. In other words, all discomforts you don’t want to experience if you’re serious about your active lifestyle.

Stiffness, pain, and decreased flexibility can be managed by slowly introducing a range of motions in these areas again. The more you exercise them, the more you bring back the smooth motion of these areas. Simple exercises using specialized tools can bring back circulation and ease of movement of the joints again.

Wrist Pain

wrist discomfort, regardless of pain level, deserves attention. Especially for people whose lifestyles put a premium on dexterity, the wrists should always be top--if not a primary--priority. Fractured, sprained, and strained wists can minimize range of motion and strength andl lead to problems like carpal tunnel and cramps. Severe cases when left untreated can also lead to the wrong alignment of bones and lack of proper coordination of the fingers and thumbs.

Simple consistent exercises, when done at the early stages of the wrist injury, can stop these from happening. Integrating specific movements into this part of the body can speed up recovery time and also strengthen the joints.

Arm Discomfort

Any active professional knows that the dependence of our movements on our arms make them even more susceptible to injuries. Aside from the common broken and fractured arm, strain on this part of the body can also lead to tendonitis, golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more serious problems.

Recovering from an arm injury takes time, patience, but also a certain amount of effort. Exercises that build up and rehabilitate the damaged bones and muscles without causing strain help a lot in building up strength and healing the area.

How to Manage Your Pain

Rehabilitating Hands and Fingers

Introducing specialized exercise can help alleviate the pain in your hands and fingers. Isometric and non-impact resistance, to be exact, is one of the best ways to address the problem. NSD Spinner provides this exact type of motion and re-introduces range of motion in these parts of the body. Grabbing an NSD Spinner for a few minutes a day can help boost circulation in the joints which helps improve movement and flexibility.

Doing these exercises is also a good way to strengthen bones, muscles, and tendons. So not only will you recover from your injury, you also strengthen the grip and function of these parts of your body.

Rehabilitating Wrists

You need to know three words when rehabilitating your wrists: Exercise. Strenghten. Sustain. Increasing circulation and flow of important components on this part of the body is key to proper and quick healing. A few minutes of exercise with an NSD Spinner can provide this while also strengthening the joints to make your wrists more resistant to future injuries. Rolling your wrists in slow, non-impact speeds and at a 360-degree motion also has positive impacts on the forearm and improve overall flexibility.

Rehabilitating Arms

Fixing arm strain takes time, but adapting non-impact exercises on the right stage of healing can help rehabilitation be more successful. Using an NSD Spinner for a few minutes can relieve pain, strengthen the weakened bones and muscles, and prevent muscle atrophy.

The end result is better arm rehabilitation as well as better resistance of this part of the body against injuries.

Here are few types of NSD Spinners to choose from

But there are more variations to choose from to fit your style when you're decided to take action now.

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Model: Pull-up string/Classic

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 26.8 lb-in

Weight: 8.9oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 24.9 lb-in

Weight: 9.2oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Speed Variable LED Lights:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 24.3 lb-in

Weight: 9.2oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Works with APP: NSD Workout (iOS & Android)

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 23.9 lb-in

Weight: 9.4oz

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Model: Pull-up string/Classic

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Included

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Rehab:at lower speed

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 41.3 lb-in

Weight: 12.6oz

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Model: Pull-up string/Classic

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 26.8 lb-in

Weight: 8.9oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 24.9 lb-in

Weight: 9.2oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Compatible

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Speed Variable LED Lights:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 24.3 lb-in

Weight: 9.2oz

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Model: Spring Loaded/AutoStart

Works with APP: NSD Workout (iOS & Android)

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Drop Resistant: Yes

Rehab:Yes

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 23.9 lb-in

Weight: 9.4oz

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Model: Pull-up string/Classic

Battery-Free-LCD Digital Counter:Included

Military Grade Shells:Yes

Rehab:at lower speed

Torque Rating @ 10,00 RPM: 41.3 lb-in

Weight: 12.6oz

How to Use NSD Spinner

Pull-up String / Classic model

Spring-loaded / AutoStart Model

Hear what the experts say

A few minutes of exercise is all it takes to alleviate your pain. The NSD Power Spinner is a specially made tool you can use to help--and experts agree on its effectiveness. Watch the video below to learn how:

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