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We start out with isometrics in 6 ranges for the elbow: elbow extension, elbow flexion with palm up, palm down, and palm in neutral, pronation, and supination. These exercises are great for the early stages of rehab after injury to the arm.
In this video we discuss stretches for the biceps, triceps, and forearm flexors and extensors, Then we look at how to trigger point the forearms with a marble, golf ball, bouncy ball, or rolling stick.
Proprioception is an incredibly important and often overlooked part of rehabilitation. In this video we look at plank on a bosu ball, exercise ball walkouts, partner perturbations with the ball, plyo pushups from wall or floor, closed eye dribbling, and ball tosses against the wall.
In this video we look at concentric and eccentric elbow ranges of motion (extension, pronation, supination, and 3 variations of flexion.)
We begin with isometric holds for wrist flexion, extension, ulnar, and radial deviation. We then explain how to do rollups for the wrist.
In this video we look at CARs for the wrist, mobilizations with movement for wrist flexion and extension, and how to roll out the thumb and hand.
In this video we look at concentric and eccentric wrist ranges of motion (flexion, extension, radial and ulnar deviation, pronation, and supination.)
In this video we discuss how the median nerve is affected in carpal tunnel, how to floss the nerve to keep it happy, and how to open up through the carpal tunnel area.
This video covers pincer grip weight holds, door frame holds, elastic band finger extension, playdough exercises, tennis ball squeezes, pen rolls, marble finger dexterity.