I have a problem with pain in my right hand's wrist. It is not a new phenomena and I first encountered this problem many years ago but during the last couple of months, it has increased to a state where I feel I must do something about it. My piano teacher, who I have of course spoken to about this dilemma, sees the problem as a result of several technical issues in my playing as a) that I play with a rather stiff wrist b) that I play with tension overall and never give my hands and arms any time to rest. But while my wrist look stiff, it is not really but rather it is just located in a very similar position all the time. I phase look it during trills but otherwise, it is not that stiff. He adviced me to video tape myself to see the action which I have done and I thought that I might as well could get a second opinion as I know there are a lot of very good pianist who probably also knows a lot about technique on this forum. I choosed three examples which I know the pain increases in and they are: 1. Fast scales as in the in of this Chopin Nocturne. 2. Bach as I never get to rest there (also check my wrist during the long trills). 3. Chromatic ascending scale (luckily, they seldom appear in music). Any ideas folk? Thanks for taking the time.