It is not lack of strength that is the cause of your pain. The relevant muscles or tendons must be worked upon. Also the ergonomics of your work must be addressed. Meet a physio who is having expertise in myofascial trigger point release and ergonomics.
U need to balance ur work in such a way that u giv rest to ur joint as well.every few hours u need to relax ur joint stretch mildly start again.hot fomentation can help u lessening pain reducing stiffness so u can use it as a home program.u need to learn exercises for strengthening muscles around wrist elbow and flexibility exercises from a therapist.:-)
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