Goto the orthopedic. Surgeon he will take care of it for you. In the meanwhile if you have splint use it and do body taping of that finger to next finger.
Depends. First, is the fx displaced or nondisplaced? Did it require any reduction? Let's assume it is a nondisplaced or minimally displaced fx. It is probably going to be hard to grip anything well with the involved hand especially if it is splinted. I would recommend sticking with legs and abdomen. You should be able to do most cardio except swimming.
Take some time off. Bone needs astill environment to heal corectly thats what the casts are formetacarpalfrx can fail to heal or healcrooked working out wont help avoid these problems.
Depends. Depends on 1) which metacarpal and 2) the degree of displacement involving the angulation, rotation and shortening. You must be evaluated by an orthopedist for proper treatment options ranging from simple cast/brace to surgery.
Either one ma y be. Used. If the fracture is felt to be potentially unstable a cast may be more likley selected if it is felt that the full time presence of that cast vs. The tendency to remove a splint make a difference. The issue with spiral fractures is to check rotation by genty making a fist to make sure the finger is not rotated and needing of a reduction or surgery (internal fixation).
Meta Carpal Fracture. Spiral fractures are due to twisting injury to this bone. It typically heals in 3 weeks. It needs surgical fixation sometimes if it is displaced or angulated.
Spiral fracture. This is what it says a rotational force causes this. Problems may arise with rotation of the finger and overlap if it does not heal in the correct orientation leading to a proximal osteotomy later on. The picture sow some common nomenclature while it is of the femur here.
Treatment options. Include splinting, closed reduction of the fracture with or without pins, or open reduction of the fracture. Choice of treatment will depend upon how your finger is functioning. If the finger is not rotated or angulated, and the fracture is in a position to heal without intervention, then splint management is likely appropriate. Talk with a surgeon who specializes in treatment of hand injuries.