Wrist is a complex joint formed by a combination of multiple small joint articulations and ligaments. Direct injuries to the wrist commonly lead to cartilage and ligament tears. Tendons around the wrist are commonly affected by inflammations and swellings even in routine non sporting activities. Constant pain, swelling and clicks can result in disability due to hindrance in daily function. Majority of the conditions are managed by arthroscopic, minimally invasive and joint preservation procedures to relieve all symptoms and restore normality.
Common treatable symptoms : Pain, swelling, instability, limitation of motion, clicking, locking / triggering of fingers.