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#2246005 - 03/13/14 02:23 PM fingers going numb when tuning uprights  
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My fingers are going numb in the hand that i hold the tuning lever in, and when i am tuning uprights, not grands. It also happens when i am driving and only in the hand that i use to hold the tuning lever in.

Do any of you pros know why this is happening and what the cure is for this problem?

Thank you


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#2246006 - 03/13/14 02:24 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Do you sit or stand?


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#2246012 - 03/13/14 02:33 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Do you use primarily a slow pull, or impact technique? When I have to use impact on a difficult piano, I get wrist pains.

My suggestion is to definitely get a doctor's opinion.

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#2246014 - 03/13/14 02:34 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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stand at some and sit at others, all depending on the height of the piano, and it happens when i sit or stand.


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#2246016 - 03/13/14 02:40 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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i use both techniques Mark, all depending on the piano.


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#2246056 - 03/13/14 03:51 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Sounds like a problem with blood circulation Mark ..... I second the advice to consult your doctor.


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#2246061 - 03/13/14 04:02 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Are all your fingers going numb or just some? Sounds like inflammation surrounding the nerves in your wrist or elbow.

I second the suggestion about seeing a medical Dr. Chances are, it might get better if you could take it easy using that hand and take some anti-inflammatory meds for a while.

I'm currently doing intense physical therapy for a shoulder injury. It's getting better, but that ungodly snap, crackle and pop when I move my arm a certain way is annoying to no end...

Hope you get better soon.

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#2246073 - 03/13/14 04:36 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Poor circulation, possible old nerve damage, even onset of diabetes can be associated with this...best to get a doctor to look at it. I used to use the palm of my hand on the back of a chisel for many years and now get an occasional numb feeling when I work with it, something similar to the OP's issue. I learned years later that there is a huge network of nerves in the center of your hand and its real easy to abuse and damage them.


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#2246077 - 03/13/14 04:48 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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I used to have that kind of numbness as well. It went away when I started using my Fujan with the ball handle. I found that the straight lever was putting too much pressure on my palm. Especially with uprights.

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#2246101 - 03/13/14 05:40 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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I am a tuner and have been 40 years. I developed elbow problems and had to have surgery. The doc said it was like severe tennis elbow but it was from tuning as I have never played tennis. My ring finger and little finger tingled and became numb and I lost grip and strength in the lower arm as well. I had the surgery in 1995 and it corrected all the problems mentioned, however it took almost a year to straighten the arm completely and get full strength back. All is well now and I am 58.


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#2246128 - 03/13/14 06:25 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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I had that problem and it went away when I started using a Faulk lever, which has a large ball end similar to the Fujan. I also sometimes use an Ace wrist wrap (http://www.acebrand.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/AceBrand/Home/Products/Product-Catalog/~/Wrist-Support?N=4304+3294605891+3294529207&rt=rud) (It's soft, there's no metal insert). I've also had good results with a golf or batting glove.



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#2246137 - 03/13/14 06:35 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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You would have to ask here or google. But I think I read on this forum that someones makes a ball end that you can add to a regular lever. Or you can make one yourself.


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#2246140 - 03/13/14 06:41 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Yep,

I played open tennis (NTRP 5.0) and tuned pianos. My right arm is a mess. Fingers go to sleep all the time, the wrist has mobility problems and the muscle along the bottom of the palm where the wrist begins has inflammatory problems at times.

I have had tennis elbow syndrome every day since 1979.

Most of the damage is from overuse or from overbuilding the muscle groups which pinch the nerves.

Not a lot of meat in the arm joints for the axons to travel. I haven’t been able to play tennis and tune pianos on the same day for more than a decade.

Once it is chronic like this you learn to live with it. Strengthening exercises, physiotherapy, especially hydrotherapy are worth looking into.
By following a regimen religiously over time I still have all the original parts, no replacements yet.


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#2246161 - 03/13/14 07:24 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Zeno Wood]  
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Originally Posted by Zeno Wood
I had that problem and it went away when I started using a Faulk lever, which has a large ball end similar to the Fujan. I also sometimes use an Ace wrist wrap (http://www.acebrand.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/AceBrand/Home/Products/Product-Catalog/~/Wrist-Support?N=4304+3294605891+3294529207&rt=rud) (It's soft, there's no metal insert). I've also had good results with a golf or batting glove.


This may have no application to Mark's problem at all, but that large end on the Faulk (Fujan too) Really helps with hand fatigue. That coupled with less movement and quicker tuning times is making a difference.


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#2246174 - 03/13/14 07:55 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: accordeur]  
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Originally Posted by accordeur
You would have to ask here or google. But I think I read on this forum that someones makes a ball end that you can add to a regular lever. Or you can make one yourself.

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#2246183 - 03/13/14 08:01 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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The end makes no difference to me, because I never hold the lever by the end.

In any case, I am not a doctor. Others in my family are.


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#2246222 - 03/13/14 08:54 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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If a ball-ended hammer does not alleviate the symptoms, seek medical help; especially if you wake up with tingling in your hand. It could be the Median Nerve being pinched by the cartilage in your wrist (Carpal Tunnel). I had my right hand relieved of this in '10 and last month on then left. Tingling in your little finger and adjacent side of the fourth finger suggests Ulnar Nerve (Funny Bone) constriction in your elbow. At least this is what I have gleaned in the past few years. If severe enough, your doctor can refer you to a neurologist for a nerve conductive test EMG.


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#2246299 - 03/14/14 12:19 AM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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The numbness in my right hand when tuning uprights was diagnosed as relating to neck and vertebrae issues...a chiropractor made adjustments and things loosened up...but I made a business decision to refuse upright gigs and I now only work on grand pianos...took a while to build things back up, but I am glad I made that decision.
I realize this course of action is not available to everyone having this issue, but I would urge anyone having numbness or tingling to seek alternative therapies...chiropractic or acupuncture...
Good luck...I hope you recover soon.


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#2246325 - 03/14/14 02:16 AM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Mark, if I may ask: are you resting your arm on the piano while tuning? Which part of the arm, which part of the piano?


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#2246332 - 03/14/14 02:56 AM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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I had a bad accident in 1994 and since then i have always had neck and back issues, so this may have something to do with that. It comes and goes.

Mark C, i thought about what i said to you earlier, that i use the slow pull and impact methods. I actually should have said the slow pull and nudge/jerk instead of the impact method.

Mark. R, i do not usually rest my arm on the piano when tuning. Regards.

Once again, thanks to all for your responses.


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#2246760 - 03/14/14 09:16 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Another option, which I would encourage you to consider, is try massage therapy—emphasis on therapy. I periodically go to a highly skilled therapist who has worked on athletes at two Olympics. It is not a massage for pleasure but I find it very beneficial. If trigger points are causing problems, the source of the problem is often not where we feel it—it is in one area but we feel it in another. This is called referred pain. I also have various massage tools that I use at home. From the massage visits I have learned where to work, and I often get relief.

Clair Davies was a successful piano technician who suffered from a "frozen shoulder." He found a massage therapist who was able to relieve it. Later, he again had a frozen should but the therapist who has previously saved him was no longer available. Other therapists he tried could not resolve the problem, so he began a journey of seeking the knowledge he needed to fix himself. He learned what he needed to know, remedied the problem, and subsequently became a massage therapist! He wrote a series of articles in the Piano Technicians Journal some years ago on trigger point issues that often affect piano technicians. He wrote two books: The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook and The Frozen Shoulder Workbook. The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook is now in its 3rd edition. Lots of high praise for it on Amazon, where the Kindle version is less than $10 USD.

Here is his obituary:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/louisville/obituary.aspx?n=Clair-Davies&pid=20463547

I realize massage might or might not be a help for you, but I believe for many of us in this business, it could spare us from suffering that could adversely impact our careers, not to mention our wellbeing.

Good luck!

David Bauguess, RPT

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Mark, the only thing I can add to what has already been said, is: don't wait to get a diagnosis and start treatment. These things do not get better by themselves, and the worse it gets, the harder it is to treat, and the longer it takes. Especially so, when your livelihood is on the line.

Best wishes for your good health and recovery.


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I agree with Jeff. My license in the medical field doesn't allow me to diagnose, especially remotely; but when I had a similar experience myself with numbness I ended up having to give up playing my primary instrument because I continued to repeat the injuring action and did not seek help. Go see an MD, and you may end up with a referral to a physical therapist or occupational therapist as well. Take the referrals. This is important.


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I needed PT for similar reasons.
The therapist told me to stand up as I naturally do and he put his hand between my shoulder blades - the distance between the blades was at least the spread of the palm of his hand. He said for good posture the spread should be two fingers.
When the spread is wide the shoulders roll forward and when this happens you tend to use smaller muscles like the rotator cuff when you extend your arms - this is not a good situation.
PT exercises and difficult work on posture all but eliminated the pain and numbness.


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I tune with a ball end hammer and it definitely feels more comfortable.

I do think the emphasis on tuning as fast as possible overloads the arm/neck/back. I seldom take less than two hours to do a full tuning and that keeps me from developing outright pain. I need to take 2-3 minute position rests and stretches to keep flexible about every 10 minutes.

We need to get paid more for tuning so we can do it at a pace that doesn't disable us.


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Oh for me, warming up my arm by throwing a baseball works to relieve soreness. I start slow and build up the speed as my arm warms up. 10 minutes max throwing and my arm will feel better for days. Tennis does not do this the shock of slamming the ball hurts my elbow.


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I try to switch hands, tuning between left and right. It seems to change things up.

When I'm feeling some strain in the area of the neck/shoulder/wrist/hand system, changing hands seems to improve it.


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#2247903 - 03/17/14 12:30 PM Re: fingers going numb when tuning uprights [Re: Mark Davis]  
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Since this thread is, to at least some degree, about health issues, in addition to doing all the things that everyone else is suggesting, I would suggest you also start looking in to this, http://mpkb.org/ . A good part of old age and wear and tear isn't what people think it is.


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It all has to do with the spine. Check out the
Alexander Technique

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Chiropractor : every 6 months. Even if they cannot really cure some troubles, they re install a good natural posture in the whole body, the effects last for some time, and the body learns those sensations, so there are probably long term effects.

I have always been told by them that using both hands in any repetitive work will fight efficiently injuries.

At last to tune verticals I will try to put that in effect.
Also for "French polishing" both hands, all professional polishers train to use both. (for filing, sanding, etc...)



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