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I have pain in my left rist when doing pushups. Can I reverse that?
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Dr. Lauren Elson
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: All in the mechanics
It is very likely reversible.
Wrist pain when weight bearing can be as simple as muscular imbalance or as serious as a ligament tear or stress fracture. Do not push through pain. If it doesn't improve with ice (10minutes a few times/day) and range of motion exercises, get it checked out by a physician.

In brief: All in the mechanics
It is very likely reversible.
Wrist pain when weight bearing can be as simple as muscular imbalance or as serious as a ligament tear or stress fracture. Do not push through pain. If it doesn't improve with ice (10minutes a few times/day) and range of motion exercises, get it checked out by a physician.
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