Neck Stretches - Achilles Healers
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Neck Stretches

Massage and Stretching for Omohyoid and Scalenes with Nerve Adhesion –

Sometimes the Supra Clavicular Nerves will become bound by fascia with the muscle tissue of the Scalenes and the Omohyoid. Gentle friction massage and soft tissue release can help to unwind the nerves from the muscle and fascia. This is a sensitive area of the body, with multiple arteries, veins and nerves running between the clavicle and the scapula. Make sure that only minimal pressure is applied with a flat hand and avoid digging in to the brachial plexus with pointed finger tips. You may feel nerve sensations into the upper arm whist stretching and massaging the omohyoid and scalenes. This is to be expected until such time as the entangled nerves are released from the fascia. Very gentle stretching and light massage of this area will increase the range of motion of the neck and often make it easier to breathe (due to the scalenes attachment points on the 1st and 2nd ribs being less restricted).

Seated Upper Trapezius Stretch with Fixed Shoulder

men order to get a more effective stretch into the Upper Trapezius muscle, hold on to the seat with the hand of the side you are stretching. This will fix the scapula (shoulder blade) in place and mean that the muscle fibres can be lengthened, rather than following your cervical spine as you go into lateral flexion. If you want a deeper stretch, place your opposite hand on the side of your head and apply some very gentle pressure. Do not stretch beyond what is comfortable, and if you start feeling any nervy or sharp sensations, then ease off or stop. You may find that fascia and nerves in the brachial plexus become entangled in muscle fibres due to injury or inactivity. Perform this stretch a few times a day and hold each side for 25 to 30 seconds, just to the point of tension and breathe deeply as you do so.

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