Hi, my name is Christine King, and I'm here today to show you how to strengthen a broken elbow. Strengthening the broken elbow is important to regain elasticity in the joint and also to regain pain-free range of motion. So the first activity is extending the right arm straight ahead, flipping the fingers up to the ceiling and using your other hand to gently pull the fingers back towards you. Hold that for two to three seconds and release it. Do that ten times and then we'll reverse the activity by flipping the fingers to the floor and then using the hand to gently pull down on the other hand holding for two to three seconds and performing that stretch for about ten times. The next one is extending the arm straight ahead and rotating the arm inward and outward, holding each side for about two to three seconds and repeating that for about ten times. And finally with the arms down by the side and the palms facing up, we want you to raise your fist up to your shoulder and then bring the arm down as straight as you can in a pain-free range of motion.