Exercise To Strengthen The Wrist After A Fractured Hand?
I want to ask what exercise is right to strengthen the wrist after a broken hand and surgery
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The wrists include the joints, and in the body, we cannot strengthen the joints. As you can see, in any athlete, and bodybuilders of any size, they still have joints that are relatively the same size or are more vibrant than the muscles around them. For example, elbow joints, knee joints, wrists and ankles. This is because what can become stronger through exercise is muscle, not joints.
So it is recommended for those who have broken, is not to do physical activity on the relevant parts first. If forced, the damage can be even worse and the recovery can be longer. So the way to strengthen the wrist, is to rest it.
When later it is healed and allowed to move again, sports that use the wrist in its movements, usually not for wrist strength but for the strength of the forearm or forearm. There are types of sports called wrist rollers, finger curls, wrist curls, and many more.
In addition to resting for a while, multiply the consumption of high-protein foods such as eggs, cheese, yogurt, beef and chicken breast, as well as routine control at the promised time. So, hopefully answering your question.