A basic nerve glide may help with things like thoracic outlet syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform a basic nerve glide:
1. Have your shoulder and your elbow at a couple of 90 degree angle out to the side together with your palm facing your head.
2. Extend your arm out to the side and side bend your head towards that side at the identical time, like a string is attached to your hand and head.
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