How to treat hand swelling after shoulder surgery: PT video

Hand or forearm swelling after shoulder surgery is a fairly common occurrence and can be quite painful and very limiting functionally. This swelling is often caused by a lack of lymphatic flow of the arm and can be helped with exercises. Learn how to assist the lymphatic flow to help “drain” your arm and regain full function. Please leave questions down below in the comment section ~ Thanks,

Ed Deboo, PT

Physical Therapy, Bellingham, WA

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