While the wrist fracture is healing, it is very important to keep the fingers flexible, provided that there are no other injuries that would require that the fingers be immobilized. Otherwise, the fingers will become stiff, hindering the recovery of hand function. Once the wrist has enough stability, motion exercises may be started for the wrist itself.
The illustration below outlines some of the rehabilitation exercises that you can adopt to heal your sprained wrist. Your hand surgeon will determine the appropriate timing to commence these exercises, and plan a course of hand therapy for rehabilitation and restoration of flexibility, strength, and function.
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