Author : Agusni Karma, Tri Riana Lestari, Dhanny Widhata Mahardhika, Andi Johan Prayoga,

Abstract : Ergonomic positions commonly performed by dental and oral health service activities are repetitive movements, unnatural hand positions, static work positions, etc. Hand stretching exercises are proven to reduce tingling and weakness of hand diseases such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. The effect of outreach of hand stretching exercise on the level of symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome in students of the Polytechnic of Health Sciences Jakarta I. BCTQ and Katz Hand Diagram were used to determine the level of symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome as pre-test and post-test. 14 participants had taken the questionnaire and found 11 participants showing improvement and 3 participants showing decreasing symptom levels. Stretching exercises and activity modifications had significant results in reducing the number of symptoms of participants who followed the counseling recommendations, Include the objective assessments more accurately determine symptom levels and disease types, apply more structured research patterns to prevent participants from dropping out from the procedure. The socialization will be successful if the participants follow the recommendations given. The point of any indicative strategy is speed and a decrease in turnaround time. This turns into an urgent need, especially for unbearable basic infections

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