When I first learned that there was actually a cure for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome at a recent seminar, I thought it was just too good to be true. I have been suffering for years from RSI and thought my career was coming to an end. Surgery was not an option I wished to take and so I decided I would just live with it. After just a half hour of trying the Julstro Self-Treatment, I felt immediate relief. It’s only been a week and the results are truly amazing. It’s so simple, so logical, so easy to use and, best of all, no more wasted time with doctor’s visits. Thank you!”
—Diana Pereira, RPR-CSR-CRR, Federal Official Court Reporter
I couldn’t believe it!!!!!!!!! I was a participant in your teleseminar, ‘The Basics: Untying the Knots.’ My right arm, elbow and hand have been aching for the last few weeks, to the point I could not even pick up a cup of coffee without pain. Well I performed the maneuver you taught us that night, and went to bed with no pain, but thought it was just the power of suggestion. Then in the morning I felt okay, and I have now completed an entire day in court, working on the computer during breaks in a trial, and now it is after 5:00 PM and still NO PAIN………. THANK YOU!!!!! I am so looking forward to the next teleseminar so I can begin working on my neck and shoulder discomfort.”
—Deborah J. Doyle, RPR, CSR Official Court Reporter
Macomb County, Michigan
Muscles are like pulleys. For a joint to move, one muscle group has to contract (shorten) and the opposite muscle group must lengthen.
An understanding of how your arm muscles control the movement of your wrist and hand will be helpful to explain why you are experiencing pain.
Your extensor muscles form the top of your forearm, merge into tendons at the slender portion of your forearm, cross over your wrist, and attach to the top of your hand and on your fingertips, close to your finger nail. They pull your hand up (see “A” Below).
Your flexor muscles form the underside of your forearm, merge into tendons and go through your carpal tunnel before they insert onto the heel of your hand (your carpal bones) and the tips of your fingers. These muscles bring your hand down (see “B”) and also curl your hand into a fist.