Month: February 2013

Dealing With Mummy Thumb: De Quervain’s Syndrome

Mummy Thumb is the current nickname given to De Quervain’s syndrome. Almost 50% of new mothers experience this condition. However, it is a condition common to many people who engage in repetitive hand or wrist movement, such as gardening, knitting, cooking, playing a musical instrument, carpentry, lifting a baby, and the like. De Quervain’s syndrome …

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