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09/25/2013 at 9:27 pm #72865
If the areas that you have nerve damage in are very painful to smash, it’s probably a good idea to stop doing it. Definitely continue to focus on areas up and downstream that may directly effect the ability to use those muscles.
When you talk about nerve related injuries the biggest determinant to how quickly someone can get better is time. Look at Peyton Manning the last two years when he had to have neck surgery due to nerve damage on his throwing arm. He had an army of rehab staff helping him recover from the injury but it won’t change the time it takes your body to heal itself. Nerves heal very slowly so you will just have to be patient.
I hope this helps.