Re: Dislocated Wrist

Dear Sir.Madam,
On the 8th of May 2008 I had an accident at work,tripped over a displaced matt lost my balance & fell on my right hand,my first othopedic surgeon did not pick up the dilocation on my wrist, he attributed to some kind of inflammation & just gave me antiinflmmatory tablets,after for months my wrist still in pain and swelling up i had a second opinion the sent for a cat-scan & found that I have a dislocated wrist aggraveted by the fact the the first doctor
did not treat it as such for 4 months.
On the 26th of Sepember 2008 they will operate on my wrist to try a salvage the damage they are Hand Clinic Spesensoredt.
Do you think that my wrist will ever came back to what it was prior to the accident After the mal practice of the first Orthpedic Doctor?

Posted By PIETRO GERACE on September 09, 2008 at 02:35:39:

In Reply to: Broken and a dislocated wrist posted by Arnold on June 24, 2008 at 14:55:24:

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Pro-Tec Athletics' J-Lat Knee Support helps guide the patella back into proper alignment with gentle pressure from the lateral to medial direction. Compression surrounding the patella will help keep it in the patella-femoral groove.

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