Joey G Pipicelli

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After injury to the wrist and forearm, therapists and patients frequently work to regain the motions of wrist flexion/extension and forearm pronation/supination. Although these motions play a vital role in everyday functioning, for some, limitations in wrist radial/ulnar deviation can also present functional challenges. These authors describe the creation(More)
Therapists are continually modifying tendon protocols as part of the quest to create the perfect balance between tendon protection and tendon glide. Although much literature exists on the rehabilitation of the long flexor and extensor tendons to the digits, little literature exists on the rehabilitation of the extensor pollicis longus (EPL) tendon. This(More)
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