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HB Hands: Median Nerve Glides

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

VirtualMedStudent.com || Median Nerve

This page discusses the anatomy of the median nerve and which muscles it controls.

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist. Yo...

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

Sometimes wrist and hand pain come from thoracic outlet syndrome.  We can test for it with a nerve tension test (shown in this graphic). If you want to learn how to evaluate the nerves, this DVD Nerve Mobilization teaches that. http://www.realbodywork.com/nerve/nerve.htm

All of my health issue are summed up in this pic. Median Nerve neuro-tension sites other than the carpal tunnel.

Your "carpal tunnel" pain in the wrist is actually coming from median nerve compression higher up in your arm.  But your surgeon won't tell you that because they do not learn how to treat trigger points like chiropractors do, without scalpels.  :)

Your "carpal tunnel" pain in the wrist is actually coming from median nerve compression higher up in your arm. But your surgeon won't tell you that because they do not learn how to treat trigger points like chiropractors do, without scalpels.

This website is solely provided as an aide to assist a formal home exercise program provided by a licensed Certified Hand Therapist.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when the median nerve becomes compressed in the carpal tunnel. The carpal tunnel has rigid, unyielding boundaries and controls the group of muscles at the base of the thumb.

Wow how informative! I thought I had carpal tunnel but after reading this I must have cubital tunnel due to may last two fingers being completely numb and possibly even ulnar tunnel.

The lesser discussed Ulnar Nerve that affect the smaller fingers and their side of the hands. A useful set of vocabulary and knowledge not only for the interpreter herself but for general use in interpreting situations; the high value placed on the healthy, well functioning hands to D/deaf individuals means quality care and interpreting is vital. Increased prep can help lessen impacts of communication struggles faced by our clients due to hand injury, pain, treatment, damage, etc. #hand #asl

Denard Robinson’s Injury

decreased sensation over the and fingers. Most common site of injury is at the ELBOW as the nerve lies in the epicondylar groove