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What could you do with a broken wrist?
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Cast vs. surgery
Treatment will largerly depend on the location of the fracture and its complexity.
Certain wrist bones must be surgically united, whereas other may be easily casted. Your orthopedic specialist should be able to explain what the best next step is.

In brief: Cast vs. surgery
Treatment will largerly depend on the location of the fracture and its complexity.
Certain wrist bones must be surgically united, whereas other may be easily casted. Your orthopedic specialist should be able to explain what the best next step is.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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Dr. Mark Hutchinson
Orthopedic Surgery
In brief: Depends
Nondisplaced fractures need to be immobilized with a cast or brace.
Dusplaced fractures need surgery and may take 2-3 months before you get lift or use the hand a gain to any significant degree.

In brief: Depends
Nondisplaced fractures need to be immobilized with a cast or brace.
Dusplaced fractures need surgery and may take 2-3 months before you get lift or use the hand a gain to any significant degree.
Dr. Mark Hutchinson
Dr. Mark Hutchinson
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