Extensor Muscles (Palm Down):

Extensor Muscles

The Julstro System teaches you how to easily relieve the multiple spasms in the extensor muscles - spasm that cause wrist pain!

While not normally associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, the extensor muscles, located on the top of the arm, are a major factor in wrist pain and limited range-of-motion.

   The extensor muscles start at the elbow, run along the top of our forearm, and insert on the top of your hand and at the fingertips.  

   When the extensors contract, they raise your hand to a 90 degree angle.

   The Brachioradialis muscle pulls your hand horizontally in the direction of your thumb.

   When these muscles are tight, they cause pain at the wrist.

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