The wrist allows us to lift, grip and twist objects, and lets us bend, tilt and stretch our hands. It’s a complex joint, and when sprained or strained or impaired through injury, trauma, arthritis or repetitive strain injury (RSI), performing everyday activities can be painful and challenging to carry out.
Some of the more common wrist complaints and injuries we look after include:
Mild fractures show as stress, sprains, buckles or bruises in the arm’s long bone. Severe fractures can result in deformity, pain and swelling.
Paediatric Buckle Fracture
- How we treat it