|Stand with your affected arm out to the side, approximately 30 degrees away from your body. With your elbow straight, hold your hand against a doorway, ensuring your hand height is lower than your shoulder height. Gently rotate your body away from your arm until you feel a gentle stretch down the arm. Gently flex your neck to the opposite shoulder and loosen the tension off your hand simultaneously to glide the nerve. Return to starting position and continue to alternate between these two positions.|
Sets : 1 minute
Neural stretch to relieve neural tension and reduce neural symptoms of the upper limb. This neural stretch can be particularly useful in carpal tunnel syndrome.