1. Stretching fingers Place your forearms on a flat surface such as a table or knees. Spread your fingers slowly and then bring them together. 2. Matching fingers Touch the tip of each finger to y..
1. Flexion at the wrists to the sides Place your forearms on a flat surface such as a table or knees. Without moving your elbows or forearms, move your wrists from side to side. If one arm is weaker than the other, use the stronger arm to bend the weaker arm at the wrist from ..
Therapeutic plasticine is another tool for restoring hand coordination and motor skills. 1. Exercise «scissors». Squeeze the wad of plasticine between your fingers. 2. Pinch grip. Use your thumb, forefinger, and middle finger to squeeze the lump of playdough. 3. Power grip. Press all of your fingers into the lump of plasticine. 4. Flat clamp. ..
The ball is one of the simplest and most affordable tools for restoring hand mobility. Use soft balls to train strength and hard balls to restore coordination.Try using balls of different sizes and hardness to improve your workout. 1. Power grip. Squeeze the ball with all your fingers.Try to squeeze with your pads and fingertips. ..
To complete this exercise, you will need 10 identical small objects, such as peas. The task of the exercise is to collect all the grains from the table with your fingers. Picking up each next, try to hold the already collected peas in your hand. Thus, with your index and thumb, you practice the pinch ..
If your arm is partially mobile, practice the exercises below. To complete them, you will need a few simple items. 1. Stacking coins 2. Squeezing clothespins 3. Board games (chess and checkers) 4. Collecting the puzzle 5. Playing the piano 6. Playing the virtual piano (electronic ..
Having mastered the set of coordination exercises, proceed to the exercises for rotation and shift. Take a pen and try rotating it around your middle finger using your index and ring fingers. Be sure to think about how the handle rotates in your hand. Then grasp the pen the way you would normally hold it ..