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Spine Injuries

Spine Injury: Signs, Causes, And Prevention

Injuries such as elbow, wrist, and hand injuries are some of the most common injuries that occur due to several conditions, including physical activities, accidents, falls or repetitive motions. These types of injury can range from mild strains and sprains to severe conditions such as fractures or dislocations. 

Here below are some of the standard elbow, wrist, and hand injuries that happen and occur due to several conditions –

Tennis elbow ( lateral Epicondylitis ) – This condition involves inflammation of the tendons on the outside of the elbow due to repetitive wrist and hand motion involved in sports such as tennis or rackets.

Golfer elbow ( medial epicondylitis )  – Golfer elbow is very similar to tennis elbow, where inflammation or degradation of the tendons on the inside of the elbow occurs is caused by the repetitive wrist movement or forearm movement which is associated with playing golf or doing activities of throwing or swinging rackets or any other objects.


Elbow sprain or strain – A sprain occurs when the ligaments around the elbow joint get stretched or torn. It results from sudden trauma, overextension, or repetitive stress by the patient. 

Wrist Sprains and fractures – Wrist sprains involve damage to the ligaments in the wrist joint due to the sudden twist or impact on the condition, affecting many of the small bones in the wrist and sometimes resulting in falls or direct trauma.

Carpal tunnel syndrome - In the case of carpal tunnel syndrome, the compression on the median nerve occurs when it passes through a narrow passage in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. It causes extreme pain, tingling, and numbness in the hand and fingers. This condition is caused by repetitive hand movements or activities which involve wrist movements. 

Hand fractures and dislocations – The hand comprises many small and big bones.   Hand fracture and dislocation are due to many reasons, mainly crushing off forces, excessive stress, or direct trauma placed on the hand, which are causing hand fracture and dislocations.

Treatments for elbow, wrist, and hand injuries depend on their severity, the specific injury involved, and the surgeon's and doctors' preferences.  It can be cured by rest, immobilization, and pain management therapies, and in many severe cases, surgery can also be a necessary condition to be followed. 

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