Flexor Muscles (Palm Up):

Flexor Muscles

The Julstro System teaches you how to self-treat these muscles, preventing - or eliminating - the pressure on the median nerve.

The flexor muscles of the arm originate at the inside fold of the elbow, travel down the arm and merge into  the nine flexor tendons.  

The tendons pass through the carpal tunnel, and insert into the palm and fingertips.

When the flexor muscles are tight they put strain at the wrist and cause pain.

Tight flexor muscles and tendons entrap the median nerve in the carpal tunnel.

This is the major cause of "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome".

Releasing the tight muscles will relieve pressure on the median nerve.


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