For most wrist injuries, nonsurgical treatments like immobilization, ice therapy, and elevation can be used within the first 24-48 hours until a doctor can be seen.
Hand and Wrist Injuries
Wrist tendonitis and sprains are common injuries of the wrist. While both conditions may be similar in many ways, there are also several differences that are seen.
Wrist tendonitis is the inflammation of one or more tendons in the wrist. Tendonitis usually develops as a result of acute or repetitive injury to a tendon.