Hand and Wrist Injuries
The symptoms of wrist tendonitis are usually spread within an area, rather than a specific point in the wrist. Typically, everyday activities involving the hand and wrist are affected
Wrist sprains are usually treated using nonsurgical methods. In severe cases, surgery may be recommended.
Wrist tendonitis is usually treated using nonsurgical methods. In rare cases, surgery may be recommended.
Once carpal syndrome has been accurately diagnosed by a physician, there are several nonsurgical treatments and therapies that can help the alleviate symptoms.
A wrist sprain is an injury to one or more ligaments of the wrist. Most often, an injury to the scapholunate ligament or the triangular fibrocartilage complex causes a wrist sprain.