Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and I'm going to teach you a few stretches to relieve some pain with bruised ribs. So, the first one that you're going to do is a kneeling stretch. You can use a chair. So, I'm going to have you come down onto your knees and then place your hands on top of the chair. And then I'm going to push my knees back just a little bit so I get a nice good chest stretch here. Now, you just really want to breath into the stretch and I'm going to hang out here for a good 20 seconds, really using my breath to open up my chest. And then you're going to come up and then place your hands on the ground and you're going to do an elevated child's pose or cat stretch. So, my hip stay up and then I'm really opening up my upper body and my chest, creating space in my rib cage, relaxing my head. Holding this for about 20 more seconds, releasing my diaphragm to breath and then I'm going to slide my hips down, breathing into this child's pose position. Now, if this feels too, like too much pressure on the rib cage here, you can widen out your knees just a little bit. Sit back and that will give a little bit more space in your rib cage. And then the last exercise that I'm going to do is a sitting twist. So, I'm going to extend my legs out; I'm going to flex my feet and I'm going to cross my left leg over my right leg here. I'm going to sit up really really tall and then I'm going to twist the opposite direction creating space in my rib cage, really stretching out those muscles. And I'm going to release and then I'm going to switch sides. So, sitting up nice and tall first and then twisting and release. So, those are a few exercises and stretches that you can do to really help relieve some of the pain with a bruised rib cage. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.