The wrist is one of the more complex parts of the human anatomy. Injuries as a result of trauma or overuse may lead to pain or weakness of this important structure.
There are a significant number of ligaments in your wrist which provide stability to the wrist, whilst also providing important information to your brain about what your wrist and hand is doing. For example if you close your eyes, you are generally able to touch your nose without issue because of proprioception. Following injury it’s common for this to be impacted and our therapists are able to provide you with specific exercises to improve your proprioception and return you back to your full activities.