Treatments & Conditions | Hand Microsurgery in Erie, PA

Wrist Fractures

The wrist may fracture at the end of the radius and sometimes at part of the ulna. This fracture often results from a sudden fall on an outstretched hand. One of our experienced physicians at Hand Microsurgery may reposition a broken bone by closed or open reduction. Reduction can be done for all types of fractures. However, treatment will vary for each fracture and depend on the extent of injury. Treatment may also include self-care, such as wrist exercises, or a cast to prevent movement

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