Can I play soccer with a wrist brace on?

Yes if protected. Yes but make sure its covered propely without any exposed metallic parts that could cause injuty to youor others.

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Can I play soccer with stitches in my wrist?

Obtain MD clearance. The short answer is, "yes". But it depends upon the specifics of your wound severity. You should protect the wound from further injury, debris, dirt, and water, etc. The wound should be dry (biologically sealed) - not draining blood or fluid. A simple dressing and potentially an added protective wrap or pad may help as well. In the end, seek clearance from your treating healthcare provider first. Read more...
Probably. Probably, but best to ask the doctor that put them there as this would depend on what was done. For example, if the stitches are there because you just had fracture surgery, then the answer may be no. If you have a simple laceration/cut, then there is much less concern for additional injury. Read more...

Whydo other doctors let other kids play soccer with broken bone and icant like a kid broke his shoulderand another person broke their wrist and played?

Return to play. Depends a lot upon what type of fracture there is. There are many variables such as location degree of displacement age of the injured treatment that is needed risk for repeat injury and the list goes on. Even a fracture in the same exact spot for example a thumb fracture may be treated differently. To an observer it may seem similar but likely it is not. Read more...

I fractured my wrist 6 weeks ago (fracture right distal radius). I had a below-the-elbow cast which came off yesterday. I am wearing a splint Would you advice to play soccer on Saturday? What can I wear to protect my wrist further?

Ask your orthopedist. In a young healthy person, at 6 weeks, a fracture is usually healed. However, I do not know the details or severity of your injury. It is easily possible to fall playing soccer and reinjure it, which would be horrible. You need to follow the advice of the person who knows the details of your injury - your orthopedic doctor. Read more...
Probably not. At 6 weeks after a radius fracture, things are just starting to heal up. If you see to fall onto the wrist playing soccer, even if you had a splint on, you would be at high risk to refracture it. If you could give it 4 more weeks it would be a lot safer. Read more...

Can I still play soccer with braces?

Yes. If you're talking about the kind of braces on your teeth, then you might want to consider wearing a mouth guard while you're playing to protect your lips and teeth. If you're talking about an ankle or knee brace, these are commonly worn by soccer players for various injuries. Read more...

Should I wear a mouth guard for my braces while I play soccer and are there mouth guards that are compatible for braces with elastics?

Athletic mouthguard. Athletic mouth guards are important for protection against concussion as well as protection of teeth. You absolutely should wear one even with braces on. You can find them over the counter. You might also ask your orthodontist. Be aware that you will have to replace it frequently as your teeth will be moving. Read more...
Yes. Yes. This is one of the few times i recommend an over the counter, boil and bite mouthguard. You need to re-adapt every few weeks. You won't be able to wear your elastics, but this shouldn't make much difference the hour or so you are playing soccer. Read more...
Yes, but... First, the guard to wear in soccer should prevent teeth from biting into each other too hard, as if be hit in the chin going upwards.It protects against the shock. A high profile player is on the soccer pitch for practice/games for 6-8 hrs per week. Boil and bite is inferior(prevents movement).Use one that protects lip from braces. The wires will hold teeth well from being knocked out. No elastics. Read more...
Absolutely. Better a live chicken than a dead duck. Wear orthodontic mouthguard for all contact sports (including soccer). Your orthodontist will have one for you. Do not wear the otc warm-up kind as these prevent tooth movement, therefore no braces progress. I've seen many tooth/lip/cheek injuries from soccer w no mouth guard, so ask your orthodontic specialist for help. Read more...

How can I help my wrist that i'd injured while playing soccer?

Evalutation. Difficult to say for sure. If you have a tendonitis, this should improve with rest, ice, time, and possibly a wrist brace. My concern is that you might have something more serious such as a fracture of a wrist bone which can start out as a nagging pain but become more severe. If it doesn't improve in 2 weeks i would see a doctor and get an xray. Good luck, . Read more...