Re: broken wrist (radius)

Do NOT do any squeezing exercises with your hand. You NEED to go see a hand therapist once your cast is off. Ask your doc for a script for a hand therapist.

Posted By M Scott PT on February 14, 2009 at 23:28:33:

In Reply to: broken wrist (radius) posted by LizaJane on January 31, 2009 at 14:13:22:

This neoprene brace with extended hinge bars is an ideal intermediate-level product that can be used in sporting activities. Suitable for mild to moderate MCL, LCL and/or ACL, PCL instabilities.

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