Carpal Tunnel Exercises

Every single day I see so many patients in our practice
that have needlessly suffered with carpal tunnel pain, tarsal
tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel pain and numness in their hands
for years and years that could have been avoided with a safe
natural treatment approach aimed at the root cause of their

In today's medical society, to get a quick fix so many people opt
for pain pills, braces, injections or surgery when they never
really needed it.

They are taken advantage of by the medical community and companies
that sell devices to "cure" their pain.

Below is one of my favorite exercises for relieving carpal tunnel,
tarsal tunnel or whatever syndrome the medial society would like
to label your symptoms.

All these conditions stem from the same cause.

Best news for you today is that is is very easy to treat.

I planned on e-mailing you pictures but due to the large download
size I thought best just to describe it.

Should you have any questions you can always e-mail me.

If you have upper back tightness, tight spastic neck muscles
carpal tunnel, tarsal tunnel pain or numbness into your hand and
wrist then this exercise should help.

It will reduce muscle spasm and allow your shoulders to
re-position and place your wrist and forearms in a better position
during the day.

I want you to give it a try for at least 1-2 weeks.

Do the exercise 2-3 times per day, and stay in position for at
least 5-10 minutes.

Please understand that this exercise is part of a series of
exercises that I use on patients to help them restore normal muscle
tone, reducing spasm and correcting the cause of the so called
syndromes and pains in your forearm and wrist.

If it seems like the exercise might be helping then consider
getting my full program on carpal tunnel relief.

It treats carpal tunnel and all the other symptom related
conditions related to the forearm and wrist.

To describe every single exercise I use for treating my patients'
carpal tunnel is not practical but hopefully this one exercise can
get you started on the right track.

I want you to experience PAIN RELIEF TODAY and stop your needless

When attempting the STATIC BACK exercise, please consult your
doctor first if you think it might harm you.

Also, if it seems like you are feeling worse after performing the
exercise then please STOP doing it!

Although I wish it will help everyone, it simply can't.

So if you feel it might be aggravating you, stop.

Again, please do not attempt it if you think it might harm you!

With that disclaimer out of the way here is the exercise:


Lie down on your back with your lower legs propped up on a stool
or bench.

Your lower legs should be completely supported by the stool or
bench, extending from your heels to below your knees should be

There should be a 90 degree angle at your hips and knees
(this is crucial!).

Maintain 90 degrees at your hips and knees, if you cannot this
exercise will not be effective.

Your arms should be palms facing up, 45 degrees away from your

Get a basketball or soccer ball and place between your knees.

Gently squeeze your knees together for 3 sets of 20 repetitions.

Your back should be relaxed when you do this, if it is not you are
using your back muscles too much and not enough of the inner thigh

Inhale through your nose, as you inhale your stomach should rise
to the ceiling as the air fills your lungs.

After completing the ball squeezes, stay in this static back
position for 5-10 minutes.

Exhale through your mouth. Close your eyes and relax.


5-15 minutes

I know this will give you some relief.

Hang in there and commit to do for the next few weeks.

(Before starting the carpal tunnel exercises on this page,
please watch this short video )

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