Who knew numbness and tingling could mix with pain in such a way, right?Your MD or physical therapist will be able to supply you with a list of exercises designed to help your particular carpal tunnel
Two of my prescribed exercises that provide the most benefit to me are:
1. Putting my hands and forearms on an open door frame and leaning into the opening with my upper body, holding for 10 seconds, and repeating 10 times.
2. Push-ups onto a bar approximately waist high. Three sets of 15.
I have a diagnosis after an EMG and only do these supervised by a physical therapist.
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