So I’ve been hand clamping the proximal part of my finger and it looks like there may be some significant results. I’d have to validate with x-rays. Here’s the last finger clamping results.
So now I’m going to try a few things. i’m going to clamp the proximal part of my finger once more. And I’m going to start clamping my thumbs. The left thumbs is a little bit longer than the right due to previous LSJL experimentation so I’m going to start clamping my right to see if I can get my right thumb equal and perhaps surpass my right.
I’ve also been hand clamping on my wrists, elbows, knees, and ankles. There may be possible results or it could be mind trickery. I’ll keep trying. Hand clamping does seem to be working better than quick grip clamping possibly due to the fact it is more precise and you can feel the deformation of bone.
Below is comparison images of my right(hand clamped) versus left index finger. They are aligned based on the middle lines of the finger due to the fact that it is much harder to align on the base of the finger. Also is the before image of the thumbs. I’ll start by clamping the medial joint of the right thumb.