Tenosynovitis Statistics

The number of people in the UK that officially suffer from tenosynovitis as per the statistics from the Health and Safety Executive are decreasing steadily over the years.

When considering annual statistics from the past 20 years the annual high came in 1992/1993 when 910 people were classed as suffering from tenosynovitis (of this 910 people, 735 were women).

The lowest annual number of tenosynovitis cases in the last 20 years came in the year 2009/2010 when there were just 110 new cases of tenosynovitis, with 70 of those women and 40 being men.

The vast majority of tenosynovitis sufferers are female.

The last 10 years of annual figures from the Health and Safety Executive show that there has been a decrease in numbers of people with tenosynovitis in each year bar 2 years (2004/2005 when the number went up by 20 new cases over the previous year and in 2007/2008 when the number went up by 15).

The average number of new cases of tenosynovitis each year in the 1990’s for men was 121.5.

The average number of new cases of tenosynovitis each year in the 1990’s for women was 456.

The total number of cases of tenosynovitis for both men and women on an annual basis in the 1990’s was 577.5.

The average number of new cases of tenosynovitis each year in the 2000’s for men was 56.5.

The average number of new cases of tenosynovitis each year in the 2000’s for women was 147.

The total number of cases of tenosynovitis for both men and women on an annual basis in the 2000’s was 203.5.