Restore Arm Mobility with These Effective Stretches

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@mendelossantos7134 says:

My stroke is almost 4 years now & i have left-sided hemiparesis. Lately i feel my left arm is already very near my body.will this continue despite my exercises? Any exercises to lessen this spasticity? Btw, i also have subluxation & i cant do most of ur exercises

@earnestgardner8412 says:

What if I have 0 to 1% movement

@leemin7824 says:

Thank you for the sharing. May I know what that hook on your wall call? I would like to have 1 as well

@strokerecoveryselfhistoryhindi says:

Very nice information🎉

@n1ck1216 says:

I have ROM in all movement but there’s no control I’ll bring my arm up but when I bring it down it goes down fast I believe it’s the spasticity

@poojahm120 says:

This looks very useful and important. Will add this routine. My shoulder is very weak as well. 😊

@poojahm120 says:

Above shared video is too good. Dr , Mr left arm is very weak and drops down easily.

@rotorudage says:

Had shoulder issues for a while. Just did the exercises. Wonderful. Thank you. Great results

@darkodarkovic7827 says:

By using a mobile phone, we unknowingly bend our neck and in the thoracic area, this is especially pronounced after a stroke due to weakened musculature. We rarely notice this ourselves, the exercises will certainly help me to be able to raise my hand more. Thanks Tara for the exercises and the pdf.

@sherylthomas1259 says:

But what if you can’t lift your forearm yet?

@paintnamer6403 says:

Good video, you have always been a help.

@kmkhan71 says:

Link for free pdf please

@Andronicusplayz says:

Thank you so much ❤

@stevenwarner4430 says:

Thank you for sharing these, I have some relief already.!

@kathrynK303 says:

Thank you so much for sharing, Ms. Tobias! This looks absolutely amazing!

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