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Posted by: Roy | 2012-03-12

Wrist Injury

How would you treat a tear in the Ulnar Styloid attachment in a wrist? It''s a sporting injury.

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Roy

If the tear is severe, there is a possibility that surgery is required. If surgery is not considered as an option, the wrist should be immobilised with a wrist splint for at least 12 weeks. Physiotherapy will have to be given, by means of laser treatment to speed the recovery process up.

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