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Finger stretching is a great way to help relieve pain and stiffness in your fingers from things like arthritis. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at http://www.askdoctorjo.com
To perform finger stretching:
1. Resting your elbow on a table, bend your fingers at the joint closest to your wrist, then straighten them back out.
2. Then repeat with the next joint away from the body, curling your fingers in towards your hand, and straighten them back out. Finally do the same for the last joint. You might need to use your other hand to keep the rest of the fingers straight.
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