Wrist injury occurs when the ligaments in the wrist stretch or tear. There are different types of wrist injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, ganglion cysts, gout, fractures, sprain, and tendinitis. Wrist injuries are commonly seen in people who are involved in sports, making repetitive wrist motions. A common symptom of wrist injury is wrist pain.
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Query: Hi doctor, While driving my bike, my entire bike fell on my right hand. It has been a month now. Usually, I do not have pain while keeping my wrist normal. But when I lift heavy objects or move my wrist, I feel uneasy. What is the reason? What to do? Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have a history of bike fall on your right hand. It causes jerk and damage to internal carpal bones when the hand touches the ground. Wrist bones connect the hand to the forearms. Wrist movements are controlled by the forearm muscles. I suggest you do some exercise to ... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, My wrists crack and make a crunching sound when I move them around in circular motions. I had a trauma to the wrist before two years. Now, I get pain shooting through the wrist. Is this normal or what is the problem? Please help. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I would like to have more details on the pain in the wrist and have you ever had any fall recently. The cracking sound is due to an imbalance of musculature resulting in bone on bone rubbing and pain could be (depends on the underlying pathology) from cartilage erosi... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I fell 12 days ago, fracturing my left wrist and pubis ramus. The pelvic fracture was not confirmed for three days after the first x-ray on the day of the fall. After that, I returned because I could not bear the weight without assistance. I have had to get up with just the right crutch t... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concern. The pain was exacerbated by your sitting position, which may have loaded the muscle and stressed the fractured site. Do not panic. I recommend that you ice that area to relieve pain. Take good support and avoid stressing that area. You can... Read Full »