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Forearm, Elbow, Wrist, Hand

Falls on icy surfaces or slippery sidewalks, common in the wintertime, typically result in radius fractures, olecranon fractures, or less obvious scaphoid fractures. Triangular disc lesions can be common in sports with heavy use of the wrists, such as tennis. In addition, extensive repetitive movements (such as computer/mouse/smartphone use, or playing of musical instruments) can result in tendovaginits, epicondylitis (a.k.a. tennis or golf elbow) or rhizarthrosis. Finger contusions and fractures are also common, and ruptured tendons of the hand’s flexors and extensors are feared for their complicated rehab procedure, considering the hand’s delicate fine motor skills.

 

 

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1060 Vienna, Liniengasse 53/2-4 | 1030 Vienna, Landstraßer Hauptstraße 106/7 | 1220 Vienna, Arbeiterstrandbadstraße 128

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0660 1060 53 2
3 times in Vienna:
1060 - 1030 - 1220
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