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Wrist Fracture

A Wrist Fracture is defined as a break in the wrist that primarily results from a fall onto an outstretched hand.

Most common in younger or older people, whose bones may be soft or brittle, a fall causes the radius at the end of the foream to buckle and will result in lots of pain and an inability to use the wrist.

A Wrist Brace can be worn post cast to to provide support whilst the wrist heals.