pinch grip

pinch grip

See tip pinch.
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Josh said: "I can stick my thumb up, I can make a pinch grip, I can get a grip for cutting with a knife - I made myself a bagel yesterday.
It allows him to do forward, backward and side-to-side movements, so he can enter grips such as a pinch grip or a lateral grip.
1Blow options include neck orientation, preferential and offset heating, heat setting, base inversion (a diaphragm base that absorbs vacuum after hot filling), and "Sure Grip," a very deep pinch grip that reportedly cannot be produced by standard stretch-blowing.
United Pet Group/FURminator (Bronze, Pet & Vet) creates competitive advantage via a slender-waisted bottle with pinch grip and scored texture finish that allows home and professional groomers to grab, open and apply the product easily with one hand.
These movements, such as pincer grasp' and key pinch grip,' are vital to regaining the ability to use the hand after neural damage.
Three studies evaluated range of motion of the hand joints by Signals of Functional Impairment, in which the patient performs opening grip, pinch grip, and thumb opposition in addition to finger flexion.
Scores of individual usability items showed higher rankings for the following items in Gen 3: socket and harness doffing, chuck grip, tool grip, pinch grip, lateral pinch, power grip, and grip switching (p < 0.
DesignPro features a pinch grip guide built into its handle and is part of Chicago Cutlery's higher-end assortment.
The bottles include a pinch grip and pour spout to ensure an easy smooth pour.
Function was measured as power grip strength, pinch grip strength, key grip strength, and supination strength as well as wrist flexion/extension and forearm supination/pronation range of motion.
A pinch grip is used to pinch a small outcropping or ledge between the thumb and fingers.
Specific exercises included rice grabs, pinch grip lifting, and wrist rolls.