Ready to eliminate your wrist pain and tennis elbow? This seriously upgraded forearm extensor fascia release technique promises complete elimination for many of you (some of you will need additional techniques for complete relief).
Your forearm extensor fascia is a KEY player in a lot of upper body issues, but plays a primary role in carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist pain and elbow pain like elbow tendonitis or tennis elbow.
If you have pre-arthritis or arthritis in your hands or elbows, this could be a life saver/changer for you!
When the extensor fascia gets overused and/or dehydrated, it tends to stick to the forearm flexor fascia, pulling your wrist and elbow joints (and maybe even shoulder and neck too) into unhealthy positions. This tissue restriction can also cause lack of blood flow and decrease or cut off nerve communication between your brain and arm/hand.
Some people feel a lot of relief for shoulder pain from this technique.
I’ve even seen clients get increased range of motion in a stiff neck from releasing their forearm extensor fascia!
This is an area I always pay special attention to when working with clients on their upper body pain/injuries.
This is one of the few techniques you can do at home that closely resembles the effectiveness you’ll see with a Kinetix Practitioner. If you learn to do it skillfully.
How to get the most out of this technique:
If you try this, please share your experience and results below. Your story will help inspire someone else, and if you have a question I’ll do my best to answer it.
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