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Use weight training to strengthen your forearm muscles, and do stretching exercises before you go golfing to help avoid injuries.
Doing these stretching exercises regularly and consistently is critical to successful long-term treatment of plantar fasciitis.
Do some dynamic stretching (half-swings) before you golf.
Whether in the gym or in a game, make stretching part of your warmup, he says.
During the July 29 event, Mayo Clinic wellness coordinators from the Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center will demonstrate exercises at the various stations that incorporate stretching, flexibility, muscle toning and cardio activities.
Combining strengthening exercises with aerobic exercise, as well as stretching and balance exercises, can increase the benefit to your muscles even more.
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From stretching to standing to adjusting your commute, try these tips to rev up your routine.
"Hand therapy with a dedicated hand therapist can work very well in doing stretching exercises, for example, ultrasound or therapies such as [the mild electrical current] of iontophoresis.
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