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Carpal Tunnel Exercises Using a Pen

Carpal Tunnel Exercises Using a Pen

In this video Carpal Tunnel Gadgets.com will teach you how to do exercises using a ball pen, at the comfort of your seat. The following exercises are best suited for those suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or any form of wrist pain. So grab a ball pen and let’s get to it! First exercise is to place the pen in between your fingers like so. Placing it at the top of your middle and ring finger while the pen is…

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Hip Abduction – Strengthening Exercise

Hip Abduction – Strengthening Exercise

– This exercise is called hip abduction or clams. The purpose of this exercise will be to improve the strength at your knee but in an indirect manner. To do this exercise you will lay on your side and raise your knee. As you do this exercise, ensure that your hips do not roll backwards. You keep them stacked on top one another, perpendicular to the surface that you’re doing this exercise on. As you do this exercise, you will…

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5 Tight Muscle Treatments – Ask Doctor Jo

5 Tight Muscle Treatments – Ask Doctor Jo

hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you my top five treatments for tight muscles. so let’s get started. so the first thing you want to do when you have tight muscles is do a good warm-up first. if you go into stretches right away, you usually don’t get as much benefit if you warm up. then the muscles are nice and loose and warm and they stretch a little bit better. so I usually like…

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Exercise Ball Basics with King Athletic Fitness Ball – Ask Doctor Jo

Exercise Ball Basics with King Athletic Fitness Ball – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. It’s product review time again. The folks at King Athletic sent me their fitness ball. So let’s get started. This fitness ball is nice, from King Athletic, because on the back, they actually have some exercises you can do with the ball. They’re a little bit advanced, so I wouldn’t recommend starting off with these the first time you do it if you haven’t worked with a fitness ball, or swiss ball, before. I’ll show…

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Bicep Tendonitis Physiotherapy at Home | Physical Therapy Exercises

Bicep Tendonitis Physiotherapy at Home | Physical Therapy Exercises

Hi, I’m carrie with In Motion O.C. physical therapy in Irvine, California here to talk to you about biceps injuries So the biceps is the muscle is located in the front of your arm, and it goes up to your shoulder So it’s very common to have two different kinds of injuries [one] [is] [a] tendonitis And that’s when it gets inflamed the tendon of the biceps gets inflamed and the other one’s an impingement And that’s when it gets…

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Total Hip Replacement (Posterior Approach) Recovery Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Total Hip Replacement (Posterior Approach) Recovery Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo, and today I’m going to show you some stretches and exercises for a total hip replacement posterior approach. So let’s get started. So let’s start off by reviewing the precautions that you’re not supposed to do. This, you should not do. So hip flexion past 90 degrees which is about right here, is a no-no. So no bending down to tie your shoes. No bringing your knee up to make that hip bend. You don’t…

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