Brachial Plexus Lesions

A pathological change to a complex web of spinal nerves arising from the cervical spine; these nerves innervate the superior extremities.

  • Unable to move affected shoulder, arm, hand
  • Lack of sensation in the affected shoulder, arm, hand
  • Lack of muscle control in the affected shoulder, arm, hand
  • Shoulder trauma
  • Tumor
  • Inflammation
  • Direct blow to anterior shoulder
  • Excessive stretch to shoulder
  • Shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand ROM and stretching exercises
  • Postural program
  • Shoulder stabilization strengthening
  • Upper extremity strengthening
Brachial Plexus Lesions Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Standing Posture
  • Sitting Posture
  • Walkfit
  • WalkFit Program
  • Wall Push
  • Wall Slides
  • Side Lying Lumbar RR RL
  • Prone Thoracic Extension

Brachial Plexus Lesions Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Swiss Ball Stretch
  • Thoracic Rotation
  • Thoracic Stretch 1
  • Foam Wedge In Flexion
  • Superman Holds
  • Warrior