Wrist radial deviation with a weight is an important option to help strengthen your wrist after an injury. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform wrist radial deviation with a weight:
1. Rest your arm on a table. Barely bend your elbow along with your wrist off the table.
2. Hold a weight or soup can along with your thumb on top. Bend your fist up towards the ceiling, after which slowly back down.
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