Wrist radial deviation with a band is an awesome approach to strengthen your wrist after an injury or surgery. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform wrist radial deviation with a band:
1. Seated in a chair, anchor a resistive band underneath your foot. Hold the band together with your thumb on top, and your elbow by your side.
2. Just at your wrist, pull your fist upward, after which slowly come back down.
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