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What outlook did the doctor give you?
Is the loss of range of motion permanent from the breaks and how they healed?
Great to hear you have 3 of Kelly’s books.
Are you doing any mobility work?
Working up/down stream of where you see the problem?
A personalized day to day or week to week regiment would require working individually with someone to work within your situation. More information about your injury, and situation would be needed.
This is the sad part. My Range of Motion at the tie was with in the realms of normal because it does not restrict Normal Daily Activities according to the insurance. Doctors said I could get full range again but, at the time, the cost was prohibiting. That was 16 years ago. Muscles have tightened and additional range has been lost but I do believe there is nothing medically that would prevent me from gaining all of the range of motion.
Ok, sounds like you would be able to regain range of motion with diligent work.
Since it is not a new situation it can take some time to start to see results.
Other tissues may have made compensations to allow you to complete tasks.
Are you seeing improvements with what you are doing?
Are you working up and down stream of the wrist and elbow?
Completing 10-15:00 of mobility work at day is a key starting place.
You’ll need to address sliding surfaces, along with mobility.