Discover the best ways to ease arthritis … the latest treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome and dozens of other secrets for healthy, pain-free hands!
Our hands are unsung heroes that help us perform countless tasks every day from writing letters to tying your shoes. They also serve as tools for communication, expression, and emotion. To help you keep your hands healthy and prevent or relieve the conditions that can affect your hands, we created Healthy Hands.
In this Special Health Report, Harvard Medical School experts reveal:
And this is just a small sample of the important information you’ll find in this groundbreaking report.
Help Improve Your Range of Motion
This wrist ulnar/radial deviation exercise can help move your wrist and lubricate your hand’s tendons. For more exercises send for your Healthy Hands report today.
Improve Your Hand Strength
This exercise can help improve pinch strength and stabilize the thumb joint in individuals with thumb osteoarthritis. NOTE: Do NOT do this exercise if you have carpal tunnel syndrome as it can worsen the condition.
Place a rubber band around a tennis ball. Place your index and middle fingers underneath the band as shown. While gently squeezing the ball, lift the index finger up and outward (toward the thumb side).
Healthy Hands: Strategies for strong, pain-free hands