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Wrist injury in Rugby

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Wrist injuries are common in rugby, and they occur when players fall onto their outstretched hands. Besides this, direct blow, overuse and improper throwing techniques can also be a cause. Traumatic injuries include strains, tendon inflammation, ligament tears, and fractures. Chronic injuries include tendonitis, stress fractures, and nerve injuries. Common symptoms of wrist injuries are pain, swelling, and weakness; however, the symptoms may be worse in severe injuries.

Adjustable Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support Brace with Metal Strips


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360 Relief Adjustable Wrist Support Brace is effective in reducing pain, swelling, and discomfort and also provides gentle compression for faster recovery!

Adjustable Thumb Wrist Support Brace with One Metal Strip for Thumb


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360 Relief Adjustable Thumb Wrist Support Brace can be helpful to reduce pain, stiffness, discomfort, swelling, and can help to cure injury faster.

Adjustable Wrist Support Brace for Pain Relief and Carpal Tunnel


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Adjustable Wrist Support Brace with Metal Splints for Pain & Discomfort


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360 Relief Adjustable Wrist Brace can help you to reduce pain, swelling and keep your wrist in a neutral position to avoid unusual movements for faster recovery.

Stretchable Wrist & Thumb Support for Protection and Pain Relief


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360 Relief Wrist & Thumb Support Brace is effective to reduce pain and discomfort by providing additional support and compression.

Thumb & Wrist Brace Stabilizer to Support and Prevent Wrist Injuries


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360 Relief Thumb & Wrist Brace Stabilizer helps in the faster recovery of injuries by reducing pain, swelling, and discomfort while also offering compression!

Thumb Wrist Neoprene support for Weight Lifting & Gym Training


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360 Wrist wraps are perfect for supporting your wrist while power lifting, dead lifts, during squats or other exercises that may strain the wrist.

Wrist & Thumb support for Carpal Tunnel and Tendonitis Pain Relief


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ISOLATES THE THUMB- giving free movement to all the other parts of the hand, so your thumb injury won’t hinder your daily activities

Wrist Support Bandage/Wrap for Relieve of Muscle Pain Sprain & Sports Injury


360 Relief compression wrap Bandage provides a combination of comfort and protection. Reducing the risk of sports-related injuries. It helps to boost blood circulation and accelerate recovery.

If left untreated, mild symptoms may turn into a severe injury, which may prevent you from playing rugby for a long time. Whether the symptoms are mild or severe, never ignore them and consult your GP immediately to get a diagnosis. A thorough physical examination will help your GP determine the symptoms in the initial stages. For severe conditions, your healthcare professional may perform imaging tests such as MRI, X-rays, or nerve condition to know the extent and nature of the injury.
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These tests can help create a better treatment plan for you. You can reduce mild symptoms at home by using some conservative measures. To avoid further damage, you need to give your injured wrist a proper rest. Apply ice packs for 10 to 20 minutes several times a day.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, NSAIDs, help reduce pain and inflammation. Your GP may recommend surgery if you suffer from chronic injuries, such as a stress fracture and nerve damage.

Mild injuries may recover within a few weeks with conservative measures. Moderate to severe injuries can take longer to heal. Consult your GP before playing. Athletes, especially rugby players, should follow some prescribed preventive measures to avoid injury risks in the field. Your running position and throwing techniques are crucial while playing rugby. Warm-ups and strengthening exercises are essential to have a safe rugby experience.

Wearing wrist supports can keep your wrists and hands protected while playing rugby. They can also provide you with the needed compression to speed up the healing process. At 360 relief, you can get a range of wrist supports to help with a wrist injury in rugby.

What are the common injuries in rugby?
  • Muscle sprain and strain
  • Shoulder dislocation and displacement
  • Slipped disc
  • Knee and ankle injuries
  • Elbow and shoulder injuries
  • Hand and wrist injuries
How to prevent rugby injuries?

Wear the appropriate safety equipment for injuries and discomfort. A mouthguard and safety gear are required to protect and support your body while playing. It can prevent you from severe injuries and long-term damage.

Does rugby wrist support help to prevent injuries?

Rugby is a trendy sport with a high rate of injury. However, a fall into a hand or overstretching causes wrist injuries such as sprains and strains. That’s why you should wear protective wrist and hand supports and braces. They may help you to prevent injuries and also help you to heal faster.

How can I identify that my wrist injury is serious?

An injured wrist might cause:

  • Sharp pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Weakness
  • Tenderness
  • Deformity
What should I avoid to heal a sprained wrist?

A moderate wrist sprain can be treated at home with proper treatment and care. Rest for the next 48 hours, don’t move your wrist. Avoid tasks that require you to move your wrists, such as playing tennis, rugby or typing.

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