Thoracic Outlet Stretches

This video demonstrates exercises for thoracic outlet syndrome.

The thoracic outlet is an opening at the lower front and side of the neck between two muscles, and carries nerves, arteries, and veins. Injury to the thoracic outlet can cause neck, shoulder, arm and hand symptoms.

The exercises demonstrated are:
– High shoulder stretch
– Middle shoulder stretch
– Low shoulder stretch
– Neck and upper back stretch
– Scalene and anterior neck stretch
– Scalene stretch front view (Same as above mentioned scalene stretch but viewed from the front.)
– Anterior chest muscle stretch
– Upper chest and anterior neck stretch
– Corner stretch

To read more about Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and treatment, visit:

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

The clips shown at the end of this video presentation include the following:

Shoulder exercises:

Low Back Physioball (Exercise Ball) Exercises

Knee Rehabilitation Exercises

Elbow Exercises


The material provided by is intended for educational and information purposes and is not in any way intended to replace or substitute medical care by your physician or any other healthcare provider. Always consult your physician regarding verification of any health and exercise related information, especially pertaining to your health.

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