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How long does a double wrist fracture generally take to heal?
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Dr. Clayton Peimer
Orthopedic Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: About 8 weeks...
Most "wrist fractures" involve a break of both of the forearm bones at the wrist; usually only one of the two (the radius bone) is serious, however, and needs directed cast/surgery treatment.
Each situation is very specific to the injury and patient and this question is important to discuss with your doctor.

In brief: About 8 weeks...
Most "wrist fractures" involve a break of both of the forearm bones at the wrist; usually only one of the two (the radius bone) is serious, however, and needs directed cast/surgery treatment.
Each situation is very specific to the injury and patient and this question is important to discuss with your doctor.
Dr. Clayton Peimer
Dr. Clayton Peimer
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
In brief: Wrist fracture
This is a significant injury and can result in permanent disablity if improperly managed.
Seek expert care.

In brief: Wrist fracture
This is a significant injury and can result in permanent disablity if improperly managed.
Seek expert care.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
Thank
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