From http://famouspt.com/ "Famous" Physical Therapists, Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck, demonstrate some great exercises for arm range of motion.
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That's all good guys but I had a stroke and my limbs won't move like that. They are paralyzed on my left side.
I've just spent the past 5 days in pain and reduced ROM to my arm and shoulder. This exercice helped "unlock" everything while I await a referral to a physiotherapist. Thank you for saving me 1000 s of $.
nice video! Thanks!
Thanks so much for a great demonstration of the ROM exercises. About six weeks ago, I severely sprained my left arm, wrist and shoulder when my dog spooked on the leash and pulled me to the ground, also causing significant injury to my intercostal muscles, as I fell flat as a pancake. I'm feeling better and will be starting physical therapy in my area as my doctor ordered. But I want to do these exercises at home as it is important that I gain the strength back in my left arm. Although I'm a little older, I'm a poker dealer and need good flexibility. Thus this injury is really cramping (hahaha) my gig and sometimes the muscle in the arm, above the wrist, just aches and aches, along with the elbow, the wrist and shooting pains. So I want to get better as quickly as possible. So my questions are these:
1. How many times a day can I do these?
2. How many repetitions and should repetitions be increased every few days?
Thanks for your assistance. Your You Tube presentation is great!
A therapist at Cincinnati Children's demonstrates exercises to improve range of motion for children born with a brachial plexus injury. A birth brachial plexus injury is thought to be caused by an injury involving the child's brachial plexus during the delivery process. This injury results in incomplete sensory and / or motor function of the involved arm. Remember to perform exercises at each diaper change.
Brachial Plexus Center at Cincinnati Children's: