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Exercises for Peripheral Neuropathy

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source: The Ohio State University

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Here are exercises you can do to help manage the side effects from peripheral neuropathy. 
 
Hamstring Stretch
• Hook a belt, sheet, or towel around your foot. While lying down on your back, lift your leg to a 90 degree angle or as far up as possible. Keep your knee straight.
• Hold this position for 30 seconds and then release. The opposite leg should stay straight on the bed or floor. Repeat the same exercise with the opposite leg.
 
Knee to Chest Stretch
• Lie down on your back with your legs out straight. Bring your right leg up towards your chest. Place your hands behind the right knee to help pull the knee closer to your chest. Hold 30 seconds. Lower your right leg to the start position and repeat the same exercise with the left leg.
 
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