Nerve Flossing - Median Nerve Bias

Begin by placing your left hand on your right shoulder & look away to the opposite side. Abduct the shoulder to 90 degrees and together extend the elbow, wrist and fingers fully. Then turn your head to the right side and release the whole right upper extremity by flexing the fingers, wrist and elbow together. Repeat this again by looking to the opposite side and extending the entire right upper extremity again. Do this for 60 seconds for 3 sets 3 times per day. This exercise is great for mobilizing the connective tissue supporting the nerves in the right upper extremity if you have no acute neurological symptoms. Chronic stiff and tight neck-related upper extremities can be caused by postural dysfunctions (or chronic poor posture), previous whiplash from car accidents, sports traumas or repetitive strain injures to the shoulders, arms, hands or neck.


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