Hand Pain Relief

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You can most likely provide your own hand pain relief. Most people just need someone to show them what to. Then you'll be able to fix yourself whenever the need arises.

The videos below show you some very simple techniques that are also very effective techniques.

Just follow along with the videos below.

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Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2,  Video 3 .




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This short introductory video is a great place to start.

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Intro,  Video 1,  Video 2,  Video 3 .

*Please Watch This Short Video First. Thanks.

Please visit the techniques page now, if you haven't already.

On the homepage I describe…in detail…the 3 Simple Steps and the 4 Basic Facts about your body that make it possible for you to provide your own joint pain relief.


Detailed Instructions For
Hand Pain Relief



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Step 1 - End Muscle Attachment Inflammation



Do-It-Yourself Hand Pain Relief can often be simple if you are just shown the correct techniques and you take your time.

Here's what we're going to do:

A. Forearm Release With Thumb -

We're going to begin by using a very powerful technique called the press-hold-move technique. And as it's name implies, what you want to do is find some tight tissue (painful and tender when pressed on), press on it firmly with your thumb but only at a level you can relax into, while you make the tissue you are pressing on "move." In this case you make the tissue move by opening and closing your fist.

When you feel the tissue become less painful and more supple that means it has released and you can move on to find another tight spot and repeat the process.

Was there substantial hand pain relief from this one technique?

B. Forearm Release With Opposite Forearm -

If you want to really get at those big strong deep forearm muscles, the flexor digitorum profundus and the flexor pollicis longus, sometimes you'll need your opposite forearm to do it.

We'll use the press-hold-move technique again, but this time press the part of your forearm closest to your elbow into any tight tissue you find and then open and close your fist, and flex your wrist up and down.

Was there noticeable hand pain relief from this one technique.

C. Top of Forearm Release With Fingertips -

Not surprisingly, the press-hold-move technique is used once again to release the top of your forearm.

Use your fingertips to press into any tight tissue as you flex your wrist up and back.

D. Top of Forearm Release With Point of Elbow -

We're going to use press-hold-move technique one more time, but now use the point of your elbow to GENTLY get into any really stubborn spots on the top of your forearm.

Flex your wrist back and forth the make the tight tissue move under your pressure.

How much hand pain relief has occurred?



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Step 2 - Stop Nerve Pathway Irritation



Here's what you're going to do:

A. Lower Neck and Shoulder Release -

With your hand that is not in pain reach across the front of your neck and let your fingertips "hang" on the intersection the back of your neck and shoulder. You should be pressing into this tissue on the same side of the body that your hand pain is on. Feel the tissue on the lower portion of your neck and down and out about six inches on the top of your shoulder.

If you feel any tender muscle tissue do the press-hold-move technique on any tender spots until they release.

With your neck you can nod "yes" or turn your head back and forth in a "no" motion to make that tissue move under your fingers.

With the top of your shoulder, shrugging your shoulder backward with your elbow raised high will make that tissue move as you press on it.

Do the same technique on the other side of your body. If you can do it with the hand that hurts it may be easier, if not do it with hand that doesn't hurt and it will be fine.

Notice how much hand pain relief this technique creates for future reference.

B. Underside of Collarbone -

The underside of your collarbone as muscle groups that can affect the nerve pathways that run down to your hands, so we want to make sure that tissue is free and not inappropriately tight.

Start by feeling into the tissue with your fingertips on the entire underside of your collarbone to notice any tight/painful/tender tissue.

Then use the press-hold-move technique with the additional assistance of the hand-on-hand technique to release any tight tissue in the area.

How much hand pain relief did this provide?

C. Upper Back -

The tennis-ball-press technique. combined with the press-hold-move technique are an extremely effective way to release all the tight tissue in your entire upper back area.

Make sure and cover the entire area from your spine all the way out to the most outer edge of your shoulder blade on both sides of your body.

Notice how much hand pain relief did this provide?

D. Back of Upper Arm Release

We're going to work on the back of your upper arm on the side that your hand hurts. Take your opposite hand and reach across your body and grab the back of your upper arm. These muscles are called your triceps. Press your fingertips into the on the back of your arm from you elbow all the way up to your shoulder. Notice any tender tissue.

Press your fingertips into any tender spots and do the press-hold-move technique by straightening and bending your elbow joint.

You can also do the press-pull-release technique on any tender spots. It also tends to work well in this area.

Notice how much hand pain relief this technique creates for future reference.

E. Release Elbow Joint

Using your thumb, we're going to release your brachioradialis muscle that is located on the outer front portion of your elbow joint.

The press-hold-move technique is very effective by bending and straightening your elbow as you apply gentle but firm pressure on any tight tissue.

You can also add the press-pull-release technique to help this muscle release.

How much hand pain relief did this provide?



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Step 3 - Restore Joint Muscle Balance



So here's what we're going to do:

A. Palm of Hand Release -

The press-hold-move technique done with your opposite thumb is a great way to free the tissue in the palm of your hand.

Simply press into the tissue in your palm and when you find tight/tender/painful spots, then press on them firmly while you open and close your fingers and thumb. Do this everywhere you find tight tissue.

The press-pull-release technique can be used a bit as well if you find it helps.

Was there dramatic or substantial hand pain relief from any one tissue release in this area?

B. Back of Hand Release -

This very similar to the work you just did on the palm of your hand, except we'll be using your fingertips to work on the back of your hand with the press-hold-move technique.

With your hand relaxed,press your fingertips into the tissue between the bones on the back your hand. When you notice a tender spot to the press-hold-move technique by pressing while closing your hand into a fist and then opening your hand as wide as you can by flexing your fingers back toward the back of your hand.

It's also good to investigate for tender tissue while opening and closing your hand. When you find a tender spot, just do the press-hold-move technique as described in the paragraph above.

Was the hand pain relief from Step 3 substantial?

Self-Assessment For
Hand Pain Relief

Is your hand joint pain completely gone? Partially gone?
Which techniques gave you the most pain relief?
Did Step 1, Step 2, or Step 3 work best?
Was there one specific hand pain treatment that instantly relieved your pain? Remember what worked best for you, so you can do that first next time you need it.

Are you still experiencing some hand pain?
Which muscles are still tender (that means they are tight!) and could use some more work?
Go back and repeat those techniques that seem to need a few more rounds. You may be pleasantly surprised at the results you get now that you've released other muscles that may prevented them letting go on the first attempt.

Investigate a bit and you'll eventually find which techniques work best for you to provide the best wrist joint pain relief. Then you'll be able to fix yourself whenever you desire!


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