BACKGROUND INFO: Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a peripheral nerve entrapment issue, most commonly the median nerve. CTS is often due to overuse of the wrist flexors, which causes inflammation in a band of tissue that surrounds the wrist called the flexor retinaculum. It is...

Follow along to learn about how you can modify exercises that require gripping, however it is too painful to do so. Unfortunately this can be a common limitation with elbow, wrist, & hand rehab. However that doesn't mean these types of exercises have to be...

HOW:  Start with your hands against a wall. Push into the wall with your hip, knee, and ankle to assume a triple extension position. This is your starting position. After maintaining this position for the desired amount of time, simply switch legs. Do so...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation drop one leg towards the floor. When lowering your legs, bring one leg down at...

HOW: Get set up standing with a sturdy box or step in front of you to step on to. Begin the exercise by performing a powerful step up followed by a hop on the same side, meanwhile drive the opposite knee up and forward...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position and make sure you're barefoot when performing this exercise. To begin the exercise, lift your arch while focusing on putting pressure into the ground with the knuckle of your big toe and trying to pull that...

HOW:  Start with your hands against a wall at shoulder height and be leaning into the wall. Push into the wall with your hip, knee, and ankle to assume a triple extension position. This is your starting position. Slowly bend your hip, knee, and...

HOW:  Start with your hands against a wall at shoulder height and be leaning into the wall. Push into the wall with your hip, knee, and ankle to assume a triple extension position. This is your starting position. Slowly bend your hip, knee, and...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position, with your knees over your hips and your arms in front of your shoulders. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation, perform...

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