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Who can use the Try-Angle?

The Try-Angle was developed to prevent chronic, debilitating hand conditions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, and other repetitive motion injuries, which account for 60% of work-related injuries and limit so many people’s hobbies and active lives.

Once you have a chronic condition, it can permanently limit your daily living, so use the Try-Angle BEFORE you have a problem.

The Try-Angle is for everyone who cares about being active with their hands and protecting them.

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How can I safely use the Try-Angle?

The Try-Angle is designed to be used with the exercises created by Dr. Levi and freely available on our website.

How does The Try-Angle work?

The Try-Angle is based on 4 Fundamental Principles:

  • Pushing the Device
  • Pulling the Device
  • Pausing the Device, and
  • Pulsing the Device

Dr. Levi’s exercises use these principles to stretch and strengthen various muscles in the hand, wrist, and forearm. These techniques increase strength, flexibility, range of motion, and speed.

When should you perform the exercises and for how long?

With just a few minutes a day of exercises, you will start to feel its benefits. You can perform the exercises after intense hand activity or a workout, or simply while relaxing or watching television. Some exercises are just 30 seconds to a minute, and are great to do every hour after endurance gaming, athletic performance, or even long, intense workdays at the computer.

The key is to strengthen your hands. If you feel a lot of fatigue, then do a little bit less, and strengthen them every day so you get better and better.

How long must I use The Try-Angle to feel its effects?

The device and exercises are easy and quick. Most people will start to feel its benefits after just a few uses. Consistency is key. Continue with it regularly, daily or at least 3 times per week.

Medical and Health Benefits

What is carpal tunnel syndrome, and how can this device help me?

Prevention is key. At a certain point, chronic conditions are difficult to reverse….
carpal tunnel syndrome – compression of the Median nerve under the transverse carpal ligament. When I do surgery on someone who has severe carpal tunnel syndrome, often the transverse carpal ligament (TCL) is often very thick and stenotic directly over the Median nerve. So I often tell these patients to begin with Gliding Exercises that will relieve the intense pressure on the medial nerve inside the carpal canal. “Around the World;” now do the same exercises with The Try-Angle. As you do those brief exercises daily, you should feel the carpal tunnel pressure gradually reduce.

What other conditions can be helped by The Try-Angle?

Tennis elbow (aka lateral epicondylitis) can also be an issue of tendons which insert on the lateral condon of the elbow. Only a small group of people diagnosed with tennis elbow actually get it from playing tennis. With tennis elbow, the extensor carpi radials brevis (ECRB) muscle and tendons in your forearm may develop small tears that lead to inflammation that puts stress on the rest of your arm, making it painful to life and grip things. If untreated, it can become chronic.

So lateral condon exercises are done. making sure the elbow stays extended, no flexion. If you do the exercises with The Try-Angle, the exercises are better supported for more effective improvement and pain reduction with consistent use.

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What is carpal tunnel syndrome, and how can this device help me?

Prevention is key. At a certain point, chronic conditions are difficult to reverse….
carpal tunnel syndrome – compression of the medial nerve under the transverse carpal ligament. When I do surgery on someone who has severe carpal tunnel syndrome, often the transverse carpal ligament (TCL) is often very thick and stenotic directly over the medial nerve. So I often tell these patients to begin with Gliding Exercises that will relieve the intense pressure on the medial nerve inside the carpal canal. “Around the World;” now do the same exercises with The Try-Angle. As you do those brief exercises daily, you should feel the carpal tunnel pressure gradually reduce.

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Meet Dr. Levi Harrison,
Hand and Orthopedic Surgeon.

“I help many athletes and non-athletes regain function after debilitating conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. I created the Try-Angle for strengthening the hand, wrist and forearm to prevent injury and keep you active in life.”

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