Anyone can break something after a hard fall. A fracture in the wrist is common. As soon as you fall, the first thing you try to catch yourself with is the poor. This can happen, for example, during sports, cycling, tripping, etc. A lot of force is released on the wrist during a fall. It is therefore possible that you sprained, sprained or sometimes breaks your wrist.
With a wrist fracture, it is usually the radius bone that is broken. In most cases there is a crack in the radius bone. A fracture of the radius bone can feel painful when moving the hand and wrist.
The arms are used in almost every action in everyday life. The arms are also used to support the body as soon as you fall. This can happen during everyday activities and sports. Due to the amount of force during a fall, the wrist may become sprained or even break.
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As soon as X-rays have been found to have broken a wrist, the fracture will have to be plastered. In the worst case, surgery will be involved.
After the wrist has been treated with plaster, a physiotherapist can help with a possible follow-up treatment or ProBrace can provide you with a brace that provides extra strength and yet offers freedom of movement to resume everyday activities. Below is a top 4 wrist brace compiled for wrist fracture repair:
Would you like to start exercising again, right after the repair of your broken wrist? Then look at the braces below.