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Wrists

Wrists

The human wrist is composed of many smaller bones, which allows one to move his/her wrist in different directions. There are 8 of these smaller bones, known as the Carpal Bones. These join the hand to the two bones of the forearm, namely the radius and ulna. The wrist has three main joints which provide increased stability and a wide range of movements. It’s because of the assembly of these joints that a person can easily perform a rotational movement of the hand.

The three joints are known as:

Radiocarpal joint: This joint is at the side of the thumb on the hand. It cannot rotate itself but allows up-down and side-to-side movement. It is supported by four ligaments that provide the joint with stability.

Ulnocarpal Joint: This is located near the little finger. This is where the ulna, which is a bone of the forearm, joins with two other wrist bones. This is the joint that bears the brunt of the injury when one sprains his/her wrist.

Distal Radioulnar joint: This is the joint which connects the two long bones of the forearm.

The ligaments connect all these bones and joints and cross the wrists from both sides. Then, the tendons firmly attach the muscles to the bones. Bursae, which are sacs filled with fluid, surround the wrist to reduce the friction between tendons and bones.

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The wrists undergo various movements every day and help one to handle different weights with stability. As the bones of the wrist and hands are complex structures bound together, they always run a risk of injuries and ailments. Some common ailments of the wrist are Injuries, Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel syndrome, and Ganglion cysts. An overview of these diseases and disorders are as follows:

Injuries: Injuries of the wrist often occur when one falls over with most of the body’s weight concentrated at the wrist. If one is lucky enough, then it could result in a sprain or strain, but severe cases can lead to fractures. Also, any activity that involves a lot of repetitive motion of the wrists can inflame the tissues around the joints over a while. This usually happens to athletes who play badminton, tennis, and cricket or participate in Rally races.

Arthritis: Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid arthritis can affect the functioning of the wrist. The former is not very common in wrists and resurfaces only if the person had previously injured that joint. The latter affects the wrist. If it is affected on one wrist then there’s a high chance that the other wrist shall get affected too.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: This ailment is caused when pressure is exerted on an important nerve in the hand called the median nerve. This nerve moves along the forearm through the carpal tunnel (a passage within the wrist) to one’s hand. It allows the feeling of sensation to the thumbs and the three adjacent fingers. Injury or arthritis can squeeze this nerve and this will consequently exert pressure on it, leading to this syndrome. Symptoms that can be experienced are numbness or tingling in the hands and weakness in holding on to objects.

Ganglion Cysts: These are liquid-filled lumps of tissues, which mostly occur on the wrist or the hands. Its size can vary, ranging from being small enough to be noticed to one inch long lumps protruding underneath the skin. If it emerges near a nerve, then it could cause discomfort or pain in moving the wrist and a tingling sensation.

Zyropathy is very effective in resolving Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis associated with wrist. In Rheumatoid arthritis the recovery of deformity in fingers will depend upon the duration of the condition. Although, recovery of deformity is a painful and time taking process but many have benefitted from it. The combination of supplements supports in strengthening bones of the wrist as well as ensuring proper function of the joint.

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