Pain involving the thumb, wrist, or forearm? Hurting to grip, lift, or move the thumb and wrist? It could be DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis.
Pain over the pinky side of the wrist, made worse with bending or rotating the wrist? You might have a TFCC tear.
If not treated, ligament tears of the wrist could lead to arthritis. Learn more.
The scaphoid bone is the most commonly fractured small bone of the wrist.
Wrist arthritis typically refers to the breakdown of the normal cartilage surfaces lining the many joints of the wrist.
Distal Radius Fractures
A distal radius fracture is a break in the radius bone, one of the two bones of the forearm, at the level of the wrist. It is the most common fracture of the upper extremity. There are many different types of distal radius fractures, some fractures involve the joints of the wrist and can also include the ulna bone.
A ganglion cyst is a fluid filled sac that emanates from a joint or a tendon sheath. In the hand and wrist they typically occur on the back or front of the wrist, at the fingertips, or along the flexor tendons of the fingers.