Here is a clip from my new wrist mobility exercise tutorial video on youtube about practicing a general sequence recommended for self-healing and injury prevention of the wrists, hands, fingers, elbows, and forearms. This is meant to be used as an asset to assist in a complete recovery of minor issues, as well as the build up of strong and resilient joints to prevent specific problems.
In this clip, we are highlighting closed kinetic chain wrist mobility exercises. This specific idea came from the concept of Controlled Articular Rotations and End Range Rotational training from Functional Range Conditioning. The point here is to gently explore your range of motion by shifting forward and back; side to side; diagonally; or in circles while keeping the palms planted. For the full video, including an entire self shiatsu, joint mobility, and stretching routine just for the lower arms, check the link in my bio: NaturalMobility.net
Whether you are trying to get over an old injury, training for a competition, preparing for surgery, or just trying to "bulletproof" your joints, this is a great routine to hone in on the upper extremities and get started. Keep in mind that this has been designed to be as one-size-fits-all as possible. More case specific sequences should be put together, preferably integrated with manual therapy to facilitate the healing of specific problems.