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physioosteogram

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Repost dr.jacob.harden - HOW WELL DO YOUR WRISTS MOVE? Today I got the chance to learn from 2jpantoja on some basics of parkour. It was an awesome experience to get a glimpse into a 🌎 world I know nothing about and learn some of the techniques from a real expert. 2J made a point about how to load the wrist correctly after I slapped the box during a transition. It got me 🤔 thinking about wrist injuries and a couple things and the most common dysfunction I see. If you don't have full wrist extension, you may find a pinching 💥 pain in movements such as cleans, front squats, handstands, and calisthenics. I've shown this video ⏪ before for another topic but it's a good refresher to quickly test your wrist extension. If you find yourself lacking, it can help explain why you feel pinching at the top of the wrist during your training or day to day activities. Start working to 📈 improve it and you'll see improvements in pain and function very quickly. . Physiotherapy Osteopathy Physio Disc PhysicalTherapy Chiropractic Treatment Sportschiropractic Sportstherapy Gym Sportsmedicine Therapy Rehab Yoga Pilates CrossFit Fitness Training Stretching Sport Muscle Pain Nerve ManualTherapy Acupuncture Spine Function

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Josh Zesach

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D.A.Y Soraya Sánchez

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physioosteogram

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Repost dr.jacob.harden - THIS COULD BE WHY YOUR HAND FALLS ALSEEP The pronator teres is a forearm muscle that turns your palm over so that you can look at the back of the hand. And it's one common reason why your fingers can go numb.😵 . The muscle has 2 portions, a superficial head and a deep head. In 80% of people, the ⚡ median nerve passes between the two heads. The other 20% actually don't have the deep portion so the nerve just passes underneath. . If the muscle becomes overly tight, it can compress down on the nerve and cause numbness and tingling in the thumb and first three fingers as shown above. . Risk factors include prolonged or repetitive forearm pronation like 💻 typing at a keyboard all day. Throw in some heavy gripping on top of it (where my manual therapists and weightlifters at) and your probably going to need some forearm TLC every now and then.💆 . What can you do? Make sure to stretch out your forearms regularly if you tend to use your hands and grip a lot and give yourself some daily maintenance. Working this area is going to be the topic of "Surviving The Desk Life Part 4" so be on the lookout for that one opping this week! . Physiotherapy Osteopathy Physio Disc PhysicalTherapy Chiropractic Treatment Sportschiropractic Sportstherapy Gym Sportsmedicine Therapy Rehab Yoga Pilates CrossFit Fitness Training Stretching Sport Muscle Pain Nerve ManualTherapy Acupuncture Spine Function

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William J. Reader, P.T.

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physioosteogram

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Repost docjenfit - ✨WRIST LOADING EXERCISES✨ I call these loading exercises, because they are mainly used to prep the wrists for bearing weight with exercises such as push-ups and handstands. And after my last two posts this week, I thought this would be appropriate 😉 One of the main reasons people develop wrist pain with weight bearing exercises (or even when weight lifting - ex: front squats) is because of a LACK of appropriate wrist range of motion. . 🔹"Normal" wrist extension: 70-90 degrees If you're loading on the wrists on a flat surface, your normal better be closer to that 90 degrees! Without proper range, you're overloading a constant compression into the wrist past a range it's used to being in = 💥PAIN 💥 With each exercise, you're welcome to perform each on the floor in quadruped position, or a lower table if you're not quite ready to load more weight. Only lean over the wrists as tolerated for YOUR body. Not mine and not another's. Listen to your body 👊 🔹Wrist Extension & Flexion Stretch: hold 2 minutes each. Try to keep the elbows straight and lower the surface or back off weight as needed. . 🔹Wrist PAILS/RAILS: press the fingers down into the surface for 5-10 seconds, then try pulling the fingers off the surface for 5-10 seconds. Repeat 3-5 rounds as tolerated. . 🔹Wrist Flexor & Extensor Stability: 10 reps each. Only load the wrists as much as tolerated. . 🔹Wrist Extension w/ Mobilization: 10 reps. Think internal and external rotation to create pronation/supination of along the wrist joint. Tag someone who needs some wrist mobility in their life! Physiotherapy Osteopathy Physio Disc PhysicalTherapy Chiropractic Treatment Sportschiropractic Sportstherapy Gym Sportsmedicine Therapy Rehab Yoga Pilates CrossFit Fitness Training Stretching Sport Muscle Pain Nerve ManualTherapy Acupuncture Spine Function

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Andrew Lysy

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Kip Thorstenson, DPT, CSCS

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Comment from Kip Thorstenson, DPT, CSCS:


The dead bug. This particular version is a good intermediate core stability exercise that will do a great job of challenging your core with simultaneous extremity movement. There are a few key things to think about when performing the dead bug. . . ✅ - Main thing that you should be aware of is your pelvis position. Once both hips are flexed to 90 degrees, brace the core tight. Try and tuck your pelvis slightly (flatten your low back) and hold this position while slowly moving the extremities. DO NOT let your low back arch. . . ✅ - Be sure that your leg does not touch the ground with the exercise. Keep it up off the ground a few inches if possible. Here in this video - I am performing reciprocal arm and leg movement. If you’d like - you can do the same, or just one arm, or just one leg. There is endless possibilities with this exercise. If you feel your low back arching with the movement, then do not lower the legs as low or raise the arms as high. 🐥 - There are hundreds of dead bug variations. There is no 100% correct way to do this exercise. Just be sure that you are keeping the appropriate pelvis position with the movement. If this is new - start basic (maybe one extremity at a time), move slow, and breathe. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments! . . .

1 Hours ago
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JCN

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