Wrist supination and pronation with a weight is a fantastic range of motion exercise to your wrist to assist with wrist pain or stiffness. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform wrist supination and pronation with a weight:
1. Sit in a chair together with your elbow bent by your side at a 90 degree angle with a weight like a hammer in your hand.
2. Slowly turn your hand back and forth keeping your elbow by your side.
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