De Quervain Tenosynovitis Rehabilitative Exercises
Stretching & Warm Up
It’s always important to start your rehabilitation exercises by slowly warming up the injured or aggravated joints. Use the following stretches and warm ups to promote blood flow, increase tissue malleability and prepare your joint for more advanced progressions. Always remember to relax and pay attention to your body, as it will give you the best instruction on how to adjust effort and volume. It’s time to feel good, because your recovery starts now!
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