Pain in the thumb joints comes from three main causes:
1. Dynamic tendinitis
3. Impact (injury)
The dynamics of tendinitis is a function of the oppression and inflammation that compresses the joints (causing pain and problems).
Arthritis comes in two forms: osteoarthritis (OS) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
Osteoarthritis is a result of dynamic tendinitis.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the result of a damaged intestinal ecology
The impact causes a hematoma in the bones or in the joints, which is painful and slow to resolve.
The pain in the joints of the thumb not only appears without any reason. It is displayed (and remains in place) for one or more very specific reasons. Once you understand the reasons, you can reverse those reasons, making the thumb pain 100% reversible (as long as the joint itself does not suffer irreparable damage).
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