Hands and wrists play a big part in our everyday life. They enable us to drive, play sports, work, cook, and eat — almost everything you do will demand something from your hands and wrists. The hand and wrist are intricate structures consisting of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, nerves, muscle, blood vessels and cartilage. With so many moving parts, it’s no surprise that this area can come under strain and become injured. Sports, degenerative diseases, and overuse can all cause injuries in the hand and wrist.
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