The human wrist consists of many bones and ligaments. The ligaments connect different bones to each other and stabilise the joint during hand movement and forearm. Wrist sprains mostly occur when you fall on an out-stretched hand (FOOSH). The ligaments get injured due to sudden impact of the hand on the ground and transmission of body weight to the wrist. Severity of sprain may vary from stretching and injury to complete tear of the ligament. Symptoms and recovery of wrist sprain depend on the severity of wrist sprain.
Recovery from wrist sprain injury
Few tips that help to recover better from wrist sprain
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