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Old 21-01-2005, 07:08 AM   #1
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Looks good, Bernard!!


I do it slightly differently, but best to follow what David recommends.

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Nari,

I do not want the David Brand but our!
Please give your advices and changes?
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Bernard, the differences are academic (eg theoretical).

For median nerve, I start with the elbow flexed to 90, and the wrist /fingers extended; move to optimal abduction, and then extend the elbow.
I do this because I find starting off with full elbow extension can be painful (+ve) before any abduction starts. I work with a short lever to begin with.

But it is only a small point - and a personal preference.

Please do not spend a lot of time altering things; perhaps Diane would like to comment?


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Nari,

I agree with you.
It is better to start in some neutral position. I'm on your side.
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Sorry if that was discussed before but what’s yours opinions about
this article concerning the Median nerve ULTT?
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