Wrist Pain is often experienced through discomfort in the wrist or the upper hand and is commonly caused by several injuries, such as sprains and fractures. Although small, the human wrist is made up of eight bones alongside ligaments, tendons and tissue.
Tweet The median nerve is one of the nerves which supplies the hand. It passes through wrist in a narrow channel (carpal tunnel, CT) along with flexor tendons. Inflammation of the muscle/tendons/fractured wrist can reduce the space in the carpal tunnel which causes pressure on the nerve. Causes Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by a lack of room in the carpal tunnel, any swelling around it can compress the median nerve, causing the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Repeated activities requiring wrist movements can lead to inflamed tendons – these movements... Read More