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Mobility Routine to Treat Wrist Pain and Stiffness

When circumstances don't allow you to get down on the ground to work on wrist mobility, you can do many simple mobility exercises to improve your wrist health and strength while leaning against a wall.

Please note that I've increased the volume of the accompanying voice recording by 50 percent compared to previous recordings. If you find that the volume is still too low, please be sure that you turn the volume setting up on the video itself, as well as on your viewing device.

If you have any questions about the mobility exercises in this video, please share via the comments section, and if you find longer, real-time mobility routines like this one helpful, I would appreciate it if you could like this video at YouTube by clicking the thumbs up icon under the video.

For an overview of exercise progressions that you can work at to improve your mobility and balance in a systematic way, please feel free to visit our Mobility Exercise Progressions page here:

Mobility Exercise Progressions

For some suggestions on how to set up a simple workout area at home, please feel free to view:

Suggested Resources for a Home Gym


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Are these stretches good for carpal tunnel problem?

As long as you do not create more pain or discomfort, then yes, these exercises should be helpful in improving an existing case of carpal tunnel, as well as preventing tendonitis in the wrist and hands.