Ulnar Nerve neural self mobilisation flossing

This is an instructional video to correctly demonstrate Ulnar Nerve neural self mobilisation flossing

The content in this video is provided for general information purposes only and is not meant to replace a physiotherapy or medical consultation.

Step by Step

  1. It is a good exercise for neural dynamic issues from tethering or shortening of the Ulnar nerve
  2. With this exercise it is extremely important to know that this exercise is correct. If you have an underlying reason for the nerve limitation then this exercise will make things worse. Make sure that a Physio has okayed this exercise for you and make sure that you have read the disclaimer for this video.
  3. As with any exercise it needs to be pain free during, after and the next day or shouldn’t increase existing pain levels.
  4. The aim of this exercise is to be progressive and cautious in the amount of motion that you perform. I suggest to air on the side of caution and do more range as you tolerate.
  5. In standing or sitting, take your arm out to the side at your shoulder so that your upper arm is at 90 degrees abduction.
  6. Next extend your fingers so that they are pointing up at the ceiling and side flex your neck away from that side,
  7. This is the rough starting position
  8. Now simultaneously bend your elbow and side flex your neck towards that side.
  9. Your palm should be moving towards your face
  10. Only do this gently. Don’t force the stretch point.
  11. Once you have gone far enough then return to the starting position
  12. Repeat this for roughly 30 seconds and repeat for the other arm
  13. Due to nerve irritability you should perform this exercise 2 to 3 times per day but no more than this

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