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Wrist Injuries

Whether You Have Wrist Pain, a Broken Wrist, or Just Need Wrist Pain Supports Due to Another Condition, The Helpful Hand™ Makes Life Easier

The Helpful Hand ™ A Breakthrough Wrist Pain Support For Broken Wrist Treatment

Wrist injuries come in a variety of forms, each with its own symptoms:

  • Ligament sprains and tears: While a mild sprain causes only minor discomfort and swelling, these symptoms can be much worse in a severe sprain. They also can be accompanied by bruising, a painful “popping” feeling, and the inability to use the wrist normally. Wrist pain supports are often used with sprains to relieve wrist pain.
  • Fractures: Because of their small size and complex arrangement, the bones of the wrist are more susceptible to breaks. Symptoms include swelling, discolored skin, and a deformed or crooked wrist.  Broken wrist treatment includes wrist pain supports after cast removal in order to relieve wrist pain and protect the injured area. A broken wrist may refer to a fracture of any bone in the wrist area, including the radius and ulna
  • Tendonitis: Although it is more common in the shoulders, knees, and elbows, tendons in the wrist can also become inflamed or irritated, resulting in pain and/or mild swelling. Wrist pain supports are frequently used to immobilize the wrist and reduce wrist pain.
  • Wrist ailments can also include other conditions discussed on this web site: carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injury, and rheumatoid arthritis. These conditions often require wrist pain supports for treatment

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/wrist-pain/DS01003/ )

The wrist is more than just a place to put your watch. Unfortunately, most of us don’t appreciate how much our hand usage depends on our wrists until we injure them. Rough sports, repetitive motions at work, and random accidents can easily damage the delicate bones, ligaments, and cartilage in the wrist and cause severe wrist pain.

The Helpful Hand™ is the perfect wrist pain support for anyone suffering from wrist pain and in need of a broken wrist treatment. Why let wrist injuries stop you from living your life the way you want to? Once you put on The Helpful Hand™ wrist pain support, you’ll probably find you can continue most, if not all, of your daily activities with only minor modifications.

The Helpful Hand™ wrist pain support is a breakthrough in broken wrist treatment and wrist pain symptoms because it helps you grasp and hold virtually any tool you want to use. You no longer have to hold objects as tightly as before, the major reason for the wrist pain.  You'll finally enjoy relief when you use The Helpful Hand™ wrist pain supports.

What makes The Helpful Hand™ wrist pain supports so different from other wrist pain supports/braces? First, it’s made from top-quality materials you won’t find in most wrist pain supports or braces.  The real news, however, is its patented support system, a feature that:

  • pulls your thumb and first two fingers together
  • includes a sturdy, adjustable strap that acts almost like an extra finger

As a result, The Helpful Hand™ wrist pain support enables you to grasp and hold dozens of everyday objects — utensils, tools, combs, toothbrushes, sports equipment, and more — with far less effort.  This means far less wrist pain and fatigue. It’s not just a breakthrough broken wrist treatment for relieving wrist pain, it's a true aid to daily living.

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The Helpful Hand Supports & Immobilizes Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Improves Function of Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Reduces Fatigue in Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Minimizes Pain, Increases Personal Independence, Accelerates Healing

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Treatment of Broken Wrists and Wrist Pain: What You Should Know

Just as the symptoms of wrist injuries vary widely, so do the treatments for them. Your doctor will look at the type of injury, its severity, it's exact location in the wrist, as well as your age and overall health, before recommending a wrist pain support and broken wrist treatment program.

Mild sprains generally heal on their own with ice, rest, and over the counter medication if needed. More severe sprains or ligament tears may need wrist pain supports or surgery.

In some cases, the ligament may need to be replaced with a tendon graft that's usually taken from the same wrist. In cases of long-standing instability or arthritis, two or more wrist bones may be fused together to stabilize the motion between the bones and reduce wrist pain.  Initially, a cast or rigid splint may be used, followed by a less rigid wrist pain support or brace to reduce wrist pain.

Minor cartilage tears can often heal on their own with enough rest, ice and anti-inflammatory drugs, but complete tears may need to be surgically repaired. Wrist surgery usually involves local anesthetics, small incisions, a fiber optic scope fitted with a tiny camera, and surgical instruments. Again, a more rigid splint may be used for protection and immobilization of the wrist, as well as to relieve wrist pain.  A less rigid wrist pain support or brace will follow afterwards.

Fractures If your broken wrist bone is properly aligned, your doctor will likely recommend several weeks in a cast. Regular x-rays will be needed to monitor the healing process. If the bone doesn't seem to be healing, your doctor may recommend wearing an electrical stimulator, which looks something like a large bracelet, to encourage the bone to heal. That’s a somewhat less frequent broken wrist treatment.  A more frequent broken wrist treatment is a wrist pain support or brace to use after the cast is removed to relieve wrist pain.

Click here to order The Helpful Hand™ Wrist Pain Support, a New Broken Wrist Treatment To Relieve Wrist Pain

It’s available only from this web site (or a select few retailers), and comes with this money-back guarantee: Try The Helpful Hand™ for 30 days, and if you are not 100% satisfied with it, return it to us for a full refund.

 

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What Is the "Tripod Pinch"? Why should you care?
To perform dozens of daily tasks, you must be able to grasp objects with your thumb, index finger and middle finger; this skill is known as the 'tripod pinch.' The Helpful Hand™ is the only brace on the market today that helps you do it.
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