What Makes the Wrist Widget Unique
Learn about the features that makes the Wrist Widget unique among wrist splints.
Why It Works on TFCC tears
Learn about the “medical physics” the makes the Wrist Widget so effective.
Une façon révolutionnaire de traiter les lésions du TFCC et les douleurs
Petit, léger, confortable, non-élastique et qui ne comprime pas la tête ulnaire. Il ne gêne pas le mouvement du poignet. Taille unique qui conviendra à la plupart des poignets. Garantie…
How to put on your WristWidget
The velcro closure mechanism does not interfere with wrist motion or weaken with use. It holds the wrist securely in place without irritation to the skin or wrist joint. There is no compression to the ulna head, a key component to comfortable use. This is not like any other brace on the market.
The Weight Bearing Test – Explanation
A simple way to test for the presence of TFCC damage and to track the progress of healing. If you tape your wrist and have a TFCC tear, your weight bearing tolerance should increase a ton. If you compress the ulna head and retest your weight bearing tolerance, it will decrease. Try it!
TFCC Injury Weight Bearing Test
This video explains how to test if you have a TFCC injury. An Injury which the WristWidget can help to alleviate pain and heal. All you need is a non-digital scale, non-elastic tape or a WristWidget.
Modified Locust Stretch for TFCC Recovery
This stretch is important for the pronator muscle in the elbow. It combines wrist rotation with elbow extension. It helps to do this stretch when warm like after a shower or workout. You can heat the elbow before hand with a heating pad. Hold the stretch and breathe. Perform as many times possible throughout the day, and especially before and after exercise
3 Stretches for TFCC Rehab and Recovery
Respect your limits of mobility in these stretches. Never push to pain. Be patient and over time your range of motion with increase.
Muscular imbalance test for Neck, Shoulder, and Wrist for TFCC recovery
The purpose of this sequence of stretching is to help patients with TFCC injuries understand if there is a muscular imbalance.