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« on: December 03, 2005, 03:47:10 AM »

hi Guys,

is there anyone of you now experince pain on your wrist?  Well i hope you can help me about this. i am not been injured in my KALI training but since i enter this new job as a Refiller in the LPG Plant herein Manila, my writst felt terrible once i train and teach a class after a hard work, i felt pain, although it is tolerable, but i wanted to cure it by means of any therapy that maybe you know. Is there any excercise that can help?

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« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2005, 10:04:16 AM »

It may help us to help you if we understood the nature of what you do as a refiller , , ,
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« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2005, 04:51:43 AM »

Hi Guro,

well the bad thing about it is i never experience hurting my wrist in kali training even using a heavier weapond since i started learning it 11 years ago. but unfortunately working on an LPG plant hurt my wrist by continous turning of the Valve it never went out since i injured my wrist after an incidents while i was trying to turn the 50 kg ( the big one) and it falls out then a sudden twist of my wrist felt so much pain.  

hope you can help me with this. a FMA friend of mine also hurt hist wrist by trying to use a one kilo pipe in Salag at Patama (block and Hit) and a sudden twist of his partner to disarn him cause his wrist injury.



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« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2005, 05:39:38 AM »

The following is offered not as expert opinion, but simply as a man who has had injuries along his path which he has had to figure out how to heal.  

A general principle that often helps me is that even when an injury has a specific moment when it "happens", the susceptibility to the injury was often created by imbalance and misalignment within the body-- quite often the misalignment is located in an entirely different place that the location of the injury.  It sounds like you have an appreciation of this already.  

In your case I would take a staff at least as long as you are tall and hold it across your shoulders and use it as a way of determining whether you are lined up from the tips of fingers from one hand to those of the other.  If not, then clean that up.  I would also do basic rotator cuff exercises-- all that turning of valves could have your rotator cuff misaligned-- which I can easily imagine causing the flow of forces through your wrist causing it to be stressed in a misaligned manner.

To the extent that repetitive stress played/plays a role in your injury, one thing that occurs to me is to balance it out with the complementary motion.  

The other principle that occurs to me is when a joint is injured is have all muscles connected to that joint deeply stripped-- in your case all the muscles of the hand and forearm.  This I adduced from the very successful treatments given to me many years ago by hilot healer Sam Tendencia.

Off the top of my head, this is what occurs to me.  Of course I am not medically trained and this is only based upon my understanding of your words here.

PS:  As you rehab your injury, this may be an opportunity to work the other side.
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« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2005, 04:43:06 AM »

thanks for the advice master guro crafty,


maybe it is a tendonitis because it is almost two weeks now but still it has a bit but tolerable pain i just asked you because the info in your country USA about the sport medicine and therapy is much more advance than in the Philippines any way we have a hilot here but good hilot now livesin the province and maybe only few here in manila to which i never see. anyway thanks guro hope you don't mind if i post your advice in our forum ( or if you could post it direclty, definitely we will thank you much) http://rapidorealismo.netfreehost.com coz i also have a friends/student that also felt the same pain while training in aikido and training with a heavier weapon ( is it the same treatment as your advice with an injury caused by a training with a heavier pipe and with the jointlocks?).

The Rapido Realismo Kali group are very proud of those successful propagator of FMA who don't forgot their roots as a and still praise their Pinoy master. Mabuhay po Kayo and to the rest of the DB group. i will keep on posting and hope you don't become tired answering.

Gumagalang,
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« Reply #5 on: December 10, 2005, 08:55:07 AM »

Tail wags for the kind words.

Thank you for asking and my blessing to post my words on your forum-- if anything interesting is posted there, please let me know or share it here.

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« Reply #6 on: December 12, 2005, 08:24:17 PM »

Thanks i will post it hereif anything thats for sure, anyway thanks.

Gumagalang,

Isagani
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