the majority of musicians suffer from musculoskeletal problems at some point in their career
Symptoms for guitarists include muscle or joint complaints (especially wrist pain and hand pain), numbness or ‘pins & needles’, inflammation, weakness, loss of control or movement, or simply general tightness and discomfort.
The hands, wrists and forearms are most commonly affected, but problems can arise in the elbow, shoulder or neck region, or even in the spine.
guitarstrength brings you the best of physical therapy with simple & effective exercises so you can take care of yourself – forever
relieve pain and stiffness
Instead of chasing symptoms or spending weeks resting, you will be able to tackle the underlying causes.
The condition of your hands and arms define your performance. Improved function means you can play better and faster.
learn self-care routines
Learn the most effective ways to offset the negative effects of playing guitar, so you can play as much as you want.
helping guitarists since 2017
The first version of this course was offered locally, with great success – guitarstrength is version 2.0, bringing it to a whole new level.
I started playing guitar more than 15 years ago and have had tendonitis twice. This time around, the learned exercises helped a great deal – especially the nerve mobilization technique, as it instantly revitalizes my whole arm, improves circulation and aids regeneration.
I lift weights and play guitar… I had wrist pain, especially on the left side, which was fractured years ago. The method is easy to follow and helps me stay pain-free.
learn the method
3 hours of advanced video guide to better health and higher performance for guitarists and other musicians
Read moreArticles about guitarstrength, health, performance and playing guitar.
Learn what’s the real cause of guitar tendonitis, and what you should do to get back to playing guitar as soon as possible.
Guitar wrist pain is a serious issue – learn the dos and don’ts from a movement specialist before looking for a cure.
Guitarists – or musicians in general – rarely think about their health, and that’s a problem. Learn how you can become a better musician by taking the guitarstrength course.
Learn why chronic issues (like hand or wrist pain from guitar) don’t respond well to rest, and what to do instead.
It’s a common misconception that resting is the best remedy for musculoskeletal issues, and that’s one of the reasons why many musicians don’t do anything about their problems – fear that they will be forbidden to play for weeks or months.