Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Thoracic Outlet Syndrome/Brachial Plexopathy. In Memory Of DeAnne Marie.

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Old 07-11-2019, 06:50 PM #11
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It really is a figure out what works for your body..

Arms upward on walls & door ways was a no go for me..
I lose blood flow to arms/hands in about 30 seconds, lose hand/finger coordination follows a bit after that.
I think this is a good point Jo and I think everyone should be evaluated by a professional and my experience is in no way professional advice just to clarify. I definitely started out that way and until I got my pec minor loosened up I was in a similar boat. This isn't the type of thing that is fixed over night. One thing you can do to see how your scapula's are moving is to film your self from the back while you are doing the movement. You will be able to tell if one side is clunky or lagging.
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