A sprained thumb is a painful and generally irritating injury that causes your pinch and grasp ability to become weak. Resulting from a torn ulnar collateral ligament, a sprained thumb can have bruising, tenderness, and swelling as symptoms. Learn more about a sprained thumb here.
Persistent pain or tenderness around the wrist area are commonly results of wrist sprains. Learn how to treat and prevent this injury by clicking the link below.
Mallet Finger (Baseball Finger)
Although this injury is often known as “baseball finger,” this injury can happen to anyone when the thumb or finger is bent further than it is intended to go. Learn about the anatomy and treatment of this injury by clicking the link below.
Scaphoid Fracture of the Wrist
A scaphoid fracture is often result of a fall onto an outstretched hand, which can cause a small break in one of the small bones in the wrist. Read more on how to prevent and treat a scaphoid fracture.