FLEXTEND® EXERCISE PROGRAMS
Consult your physician
before beginning any exercise program.
READ BEFORE STARTING YOUR EXERCISE PROGRAM
consult your Physician before starting any
type of exercise program. Bring
FLEXTEND®, attachment systems and
Instruction Manual/Exercise Therapy Guide
with you to assist the Physician / Therapist
in recommending the correct exercise program
for your condition.
- Carefully review the
manual before using FLEXTEND®.
FLEXTEND® and its attachments/kits
are for use by adults who have read the instruction
manual and understand how to use the FLEXTEND® Training
- The exercise programs
should be followed as described in the Instruction Manual unless something
different is recommended by your Physician or
- If you have pain WHILE
PERFORMING any of the exercises, stop immediately!
- DISCLAIMER :
The FLEXTEND® Training System,
it s attachments and/or /programs are used to
exercise the fingers, hands, wrists, forearms,
elbows, shoulders, chest, back, biceps, triceps
and forearms and are not intended as a cure for
any type of disease.
- All FLEXTEND® come
further resistance is necessary, tighten the
- The FLEXTEND® attachments / kits come ready for use with
their own instructions for use.
- Muscle Rebounding
is a protective response that affects approximately
5% of FLEXTEND® users within the first
2 weeks of starting an exercise program .
This response usually follows within 1-3 hours after
performing the exercises with symptoms
such as muscle spasms, cramping, or feeling
the need to massage and/or stretch the muscles.
When an injury has been present for any significant
length of time, the body eventually adapts
and perceives the condition as normal. Thus
any attempts to correct the condition causes
the body's natural defense mechanisms to react,
or in this case, the muscles to "rebound" (tighten,
cramp). Individuals experiencing Muscle Rebounding
might assume that reducing the amount of exercises
will help, though this is exactly the opposite
of what needs to take place: Each
time Muscle Rebounding starts, immediately
perform 2-3 sets* of Palm-Up Isolated in
order to counteract this response.
- Depending on on the injury, you should begin to feel relief between 2-4 weeks into the exercise program. (NOTE: Except for Trigger Finger syndrome which takes about 6-weeks before the relief is typically experienced.)
- If you do not feel any type of improvement at the end of 3-weeks, order Clinician Services for guidance and
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