Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is often aggravated by tightness anywhere in the muscles along the path of the median nerve. This can include tension around the nerve roots of C5 to T1, scalene muscles, pectoralis minor, pronator teres, wrist and finger flexors, and the flexor retinaculum. I like to work the entire path of the nerve using the techniques below.

Soft Tissue Release - Scalenes
Soft Tissue Release - Pectoralis Minor
Scalene Stretch
Scalenes - Sidelying
Anatomy - Scalenes
Soft Tissue Release - Wrist and Finger Flexors
Soft Tissue Release - Wrist & Finger Extensors
Soft Tissue Release - Flexor Retinaculum

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