Do you have hand pain and suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome? We've got the right exercises for you.
Wrist pain affecting your daily life? Restore flexibility in the surrounding tissue using self-massage. Mobilise and strengthen them using our exercises for hand pain. Perform the exercises regularly to give your nerves space and ideally eliminate wrist pain.
2-3 times a week
Perform the exercises for hand pain 2-3 times a week.
If you get pins and needles in your fingers, you might be suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome. Get them moving and integrate the following exercises into your carpal tunnel syndrome treatment over the next 12 weeks.
Sit on a chair, place the BLACKROLL® MINI on a table and place the back of your hand on the foam roller.
Hold the BLACKROLL® TWISTER in your hand and place it on the wrist of your other hand. Apply a little pressure to the TWISTER and massage the tissue.
Hold the TWISTER in your hand and place it on the inner wrist of your other hand while applying a little pressure. Rotate your hand in all directions - in circles, up and down.
Kneel on a mat and place the palm of your hands on the ground in front of you with your fingers pointing towards you. If you don’t feel a stretch, shuffle your knees back slightly until you feel a slight stretch in your wrist and forearm. Slowly stretch by rocking your upper body back and forwards.