Wrist Ulnar & Radial Deviation with Elbow Flexion for Wrist Pain

Wrist ulnar and radial deviation with elbow flexion is a great way to help increase range of motion in the wrist and relieve pain.

To perform wrist ulnar and radial deviation with elbow flexion:

  1. Rest your elbow on a table top with your wrist hanging off the edge and your elbow bent.  

  2. Make a fist with your hand, palm facing down, and move your fist side to side.

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