Bummer try these;
The goals are to get more blood flowing to the area and to move the nerve so that the part of the nerve that is in the tunnel slips out for a breather.
Try fully curling the fingers into a fist and bending the wrist toward the palm. Then straighten the fingers and stretch the wrist back the other way. Repeat those motions about ten times.
Remember that carpal tunnel syndrome almost always starts gradually, so it has usually been present for a while before you even notice any symptoms. Stretches and exercises have to be performed regularly to be effective. Try to make it part of your daily routine--perhaps each morning and before bedtime.
Step1> Extended your fingers straight out from your hand. Your thumb should be pointing in the same way, although you can relax it.
Step 2> Bend your fingers slowly inward towards your palm. Be sure that your fingers are bending from the lowest joint, which is where they connect to the hand.
Step 3> Stop bending when your fingers make a 90-degree angle with your hand.
Step 4> Bend your fingers inward from your other joints so you make a closed fist.
Step 5> Hold this position for 5 seconds and then reverse the procedure so that your fingers are fully extended again.
Step 6> Do this exercise 10 times each day. It will help restore movement to your fingers and strengthen your tendons.
Increase Thumb Movement After Carpal Tunnel Surgery
Step 1> Relax and extend all your fingers.
Step 2> Reach over to your pinky finger with your thumb. Bend your pinky if you need to.
Step 3> Touch the pad of your thumb to the pad of your pinky finger.
Step 4 Gently apply pressure on your little finger with your thumb for about 3 seconds.
Step 5> Relax both the little finger and the thumb.
Step 6> Repeat this process with your thumb and your other fingers. You should do this a couple of times each day. This exercise may help reshape the inside of your wrist after surgery as well as restore strength and movement to your thumb.
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