Fingers Can’t Grip?
I’m 22 years old.rnThe doc on my right hand can’t grip it every time I hold it, it will come off. For example, I can’t write with my right hand because it feels very weak.rnMy hands also hurt And sometimes my neck hurts too.rnWhy is that?
From the information you convey, the weakness of your fingers that cannot grip, may be caused by disorders of the muscles or nerves that are responsible for the movement of your fingers. The presence of complaints of pain in the neck and also feeling weak with light activity may be caused by a process that occurs in your cervical spine area.
Some of the conditions below can trigger the complaints you feel, such as:
1. Nerve compression in the wrist area
2. Nerve suppression in the arm or rib area
3. Nerve compression in the cervical spine
4. finger joint stiffness
5. history of previous trauma
To determine the cause of the complaints you feel, you should consult your family doctor or your neurologist. The doctor will conduct an immediate examination of your nervous system and muscular system. Supportive examinations can be carried out such as blood tests, nerve conduction examinations, MRI or CT scans according to indications.
Treatment will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
What you need to do is:
1. avoid physical fatigue
2. Train your hands by holding the ball the same size as grip by holding it firmly and releasing it
3. Soak your wrist and hand with warm water
4. have enough water
That's the information we can convey, also read CTS.