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After removal of plaster in my wrist
After removal of the splint Brace . How many days after I can again involve exercise and gym etc. In my daily schedule. Will i find pain in wrist after years or months . If yes then what's it's remedy.?
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After healing of the injury, the dictum is 'gradual return to usual activities '. Kindly describe your symptoms in detail.
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It depends upon what the sprint vrace was used for. If there was a fracture you should not start movement untill the fracture strata uniting, Else if there was a soft tissue injury and it's about 3-4 weeks, u can start range of motion as per pain tolerability
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don't start with heavy exercise at present, gradually increase the load on the joint
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It's a vague question with lots of answer possible. Everything depends upon the injury. Better to consult your doctor.
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You can start exercises immediately after removal of splint / brace. If there is severe pain while doing exercises,  don't over exert.. You can visit a Physiotherapy centre nearby your place and start guided exercises..
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Avoid any heavy work, avoid jerky movements of wrist.. Usually pain doesn't recur after months or years.. Still if it happens, you can do hot fomentation,  take analgesic tablet..
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