New Therapy Techniques for a Fractured Wrist

By Game Ready | Jun 13, 2018

Recovering from a fractured wrist is a major inconvenience for most patients. Helping them regain strength and range of motion as quickly as possible is an important part of their treatment. Whether you are providing treatment immediately after the injury has occurred or after the cast has been removed, there are certain steps you can take to help patients heal faster and return to normal activity levels as quickly as possible.

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How to Recover from a Sprained Wrist

By Game Ready | Apr 03, 2018

 

In many parts of the country, it is still slip-and-fall season, which means a higher risk of wrist sprains. Even though the season is almost over, it’s still possible to sprain a wrist while participating in sports, either by falling or colliding with another player in a way that causes the wrist to bend too far backwards.

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4 Common Wrist Surgery Recovery Questions Answered

By Game Ready | Jan 25, 2017

Whether you have had wrist surgery for an acute injury like a fracture or for a chronic condition like carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis, the wrist surgery recovery process is similar

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3 Reasons Cold Compression Therapy Works for Treating a Sprained Wrist

By Kelly Hansen | May 09, 2014

Wrist sprains are not only painful, they can be extremely inconvenient because we use our hands and wrists so much for daily activities and work. For athletes, a wrist sprain can be even more devastating, which is why it is so important to heal as quickly as possible from this unfortunate injury.

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Things to Avoid When Treating a Sprained Wrist

By Kelly Hansen | Feb 06, 2014

Wrist sprains are common injuries among both athletes and the average citizen. Impacts from sports equipment, other athletes, and the ground can lead to wrist sprains in athletes. Because many people use their arms and hands to break a fall, a sprained wrist is also a common side effect of a typical falling accident.

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