Where it Helps
A wrist pain is particularly susceptible to injury for people who spend long periods of time typing at a computer, playing the piano or video games as well as participants in sports which involve lots of wrist motion.
Elbow pain is most often the result of tendinitis, which can affect the inner or outer elbow, overuse or strain on the elbow joint components, but some causes are due to trauma, infection, and/or autoimmune processes.
Restricted range of movement in the finger joints is a sign of an inflammatory issue, which can be through injury to the finger joint, old tendon injuries, sprains or sometime from arthritis.
Any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers, may contribute to Lateral Epicondylitis or most commonly known as Tennis Elbow pain.
Pain in the forearm can arise from injury or inflammation that affects any of the tissues of the forearm, including the muscles, bones, blood vessels, tendons, and skin.
Your grip strength is an indication of your full body strength, neuromuscular activation, and overall function.