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The wrist is a flexible and narrow structure connecting the forearm and the palm. The wrist joint is surrounded by a capsule and strengthened by ligaments. The movements that occur at the wrist joint include bending the hand upwards or downwards, and moving the palm of the hand to face upwards or downwards.

Therapist explaining wrist condition to clientAbove: Therapist explaining wrist condition to client

The most common wrist injuries the physiotherapists at see are: Other less common injuries include: Fractures of the wrist include:

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