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Get a Grip

Get A Better Grip - Power hand demonstration
With the following foolproof technique you'll prove to yourself how your hand's power-grip forces work. When you wrap your hand around (like making a fist around it) something to have power and control, that's called your power-grip. Here's why it's important to you.

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Upper Extremity Disorders

Learning Objectives for Physician's Assistants. Full and well illustrated account of Tendon injuries, tenosynovitis, paronychia, felon, ligament injuries and dislocations, fractures, subluxations, epicondylitis, biceps rupture, AC joint injuries, shoulder dislocation, bursitis, rotator cuff problems, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupuytren’s contracture, paediatric fractures, imaging issues.

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Hand Kinesiology

Archive Copy 2004: This basic, interactive learning tool provides information on the bone, joint, muscle and innervation of the hand using hotlinks and color coding. University of Kansas.

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  • Chris Oliver