The wrists and hands are susceptible to chronic pain because they’re used so often in daily life.
When an injury affects them, it can prevent you from performing simple tasks, such as typing on a keyboard or gripping a tennis racket.
Treatment depends on the location, type, duration, and severity of the injury. While surgery is needed for some injuries, such as ligament tears, medication, “buddy-taping” (taping the injured finger to a neighboring one for support), splints, braces, casts, or physical therapy may be used as a treatment options. Your doctor will determine the best