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These Are The Core Videos

the ones that will give you the most rapid relief

In Ways that are Easy to Understand

image How to Know Where Your Problem is Coming From 12.54 min  There are several areas along the nerve pathway between your neck vertebrae and hand where nerves that go down the arm can be pinched. This overview gives insight into locating the cause, as well as how to use this course.

image What You Need to Know About the Hands, Wrist and Forearm -
Part 1 5:34 min.  
Most people who do almost any kind of work with their hands, including using computers, have tight forearm muscles.  In fact it is almost impossible to have true carpal tunnel syndrome from repetitive use without having tight forearms. 

Demonstrates how your forearm muscles move your fingers, how skinny tendons (that connect  forearm muscles to the fingers) run through hollow tubes, called sheathes, that pass through the carpal tunnel in the wrist.

image What You Need to Know About the Hands, Wrist and Forearm -
Part 2 4:09 min.  
Tells how and why those tendon get irritated and can swell within the carpal tunnel.  More commonly, tight forearm muscles, especially one caused by a muscle called the pronator teres is causing your problem.  (Don't worry, I keep everything easy to understand).

image Self-Help Techniques for the Hand Wrist and Forearm - Part 1 9:09 min This technique that I developed is the most effective I have found for loosening up your forearm muscles, the tendons, carpal tunnel, and hands.  Also works for tennis elbow and other tendonitis in the forearm.

image Self-Help Techniques for the Hand Wrist and Forearm - Part 2 6:11 min. Techniques for loosening up the carpal tunnel ligament.  Plus a physical therapy method for keeping the tendons moving freely through the carpal tunnel. 

image Hand Problems Caused by the Pectoralis Minor -  and Wonderfully Simple Self-Treatment Technique.  6:02 min.  Tight pectoralis minor muscles can cause numbness, tingling etc, in the hand, and sometimes the arm. They are one cause of misdiagnosed carpal tunnel syndrome. Can cause poor circulation in fingers. They also create rounded shoulders - causing pain between the shoulder blades. They are also a main reason you get numb hands when riding a bicycle or when having your arms raised.

image Scalene Muscles - False Carpal Tunnel and Other Nasty Stuff from the Muscles in Front of the Neck.  14:24 min  While you a lmost never feel pain in the front of the neck - those muscles can cause a lot of problems.  One such muscle, the sternocleidomastoid, can cause any of the following: difficulty turning the neck, jaw pain, cough without phlegm, dizziness, headaches in the forehead, sinus problems that medicine doesn't help.  

Tight Scalene Muscles are a major cause of False Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. That wrist pain, numbness and tingling in your hands from pinched nerves caused by these muscles. They can also sometimes refer pain into the chest and to the shoulder blades.  They can also cause pain and weakness in the shoulder joint by pinching a artery that supplies blood to that area.  Tight scalene muscles are one of the common causes of tension headaches. 

Video also discusses the causes of these muscle problems.  One of the major causes is whiplash - which can make a person's neck miserable for years - even though you almost never feel pain in the front of the neck.  But there are a number of other causes - including the way you breathe.

image Self-Help for the Scalene Muscles and their Mischievous Friends. 13:01 min  How to find the muscles. Areas to avoid. Techniques to loosen up the Scalene and Sternocleidomastoid muscles, plus another little muscle that can pinch on the nerve that goes down the arm.

image Hand Problems Caused by Pinched Nerves at the Neck Vertebrae 5:45 min.  How to tell if your hand sensation is caused by nerve pinching at the neck vertebrae. Frankly, you may require a professional adjustment.  But sometimes there are neck problems that are beyond the scope of a Chiropractor - and these are way beyond the scope of this course. However, sometimes loosening up the neck muscles will allow the vertebrae to align themselves, or at the very least will make your neck feel better and can help with tension headaches..

image Things You Can Do For the Back of Your Neck - Part 1 6:57 min. Self massage for your own neck and tips for a non-professional massaging your neck.

image Things You Can Do For the Back of Your Neck - Part 2 12:13min Self massage techniques using socks and tennis balls, not only for your neck, but for your backmuscles as well.  The "Funky Chicken" exercise.  Do it yourself neck traction.  

image Thumb, Hand and Wrist Pain  13:35 min  This video discusses the causes. Unfortunately with the use of computer tablets, smartphones, and video games, these problems are on the increase. 

image  Techniques for Thumb, Hand and Wrist Pain  16:03 min  What you can do for your current problem and also tips for preventing them from happening.

Bonus Content

Note:  The Core Videos above should cover the majority of situations.

But here's more helpful information.

audio image Can Supplements help? 10:26 min. Discussion of various vitamins, herbal supplements, etc. which may be beneficial.  Plus some cautions.

audio impge Why not anti-inflammatory drugs for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
4:51 min. While they may make you feel better in the short run, in the long run they can actually make your problem worse.

image Thumb Pain 3:33 min.  There are a few causes of  pain in the thumb from repetitive use.  They are quite easy to tell what is causing which - and a pretty easy fix.

image Swelling (edema) from Lymph Node Removal 10:26 min.  If you have lymph nodes removed, your arm may be puffey with lymph fluid, putting pressure in the Carpal Tunnel. These are methods you can do to get that swelling down.

image About Doing Stretches 6:35 min.  Note:  I believe doing the techniques in the Core Videos above will give you faster results than the stretches.  Stretches are great to keep your problem from returning and to keep the aches and pains away.

image Stretches for the Hand, Wrist and Forearm - 3 Videos 6:07 min., 5:00 min. and 7:38 min.

image Stretches for the Pectoralis Minor 6:23 min.

image Stretches for the Scalenes 4:59 min.

image Stretches for the Neck 7:16 min.

image Cubital Tunnel Syndrome - Part 1 -  8:26 min.  What is it?  Who gets it?

imageCubital Tunnel Syndrome - Part 2 - 8:56 min What to Do About It

image Numbness in a finger? This could be why 3:29 min.

image About Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 2:56 min.

audio imageHow and When to Ice. 8:31 min. Cold can be wonderful for reducing swelling, relieving pain, and promoting healing.  However, once you'vd been using the techniques in the Core Videos, after a short timeyou probably will no longer need icing.

audio imageIcing- Part 2. 6:36 min.

image How to Find a Professional Who Can Actually Help You - with non-invasive methods.  Part 1 8:34 min.  No, I am not talking about massage therapists or acupuncturists or medical doctors.

image How to Find a Professional Who Can Actually Help You - with non-invasive methods.  Part 2 10:35 min.

image How to Find a Professional Who Can Actually Help You - with non-invasive methods.  Part 3 4:98 min.

imageTrigger Thumb / Trigger Finger Why you get it and what to do about it.

imageWrist Pain - Not Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wrist Pain without numbness is not carpal tunnel syndrome.  What is it?

image De Quervain's Tendinosis (Blackberry Thumb) What it is, what causes it and how to fix it.


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