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A sprained wrist can occur in many ways, from a fall, impact or hyperextension. Instability and weakness is often a complaint after injuring a wrist. By wearing a wrist brace, you can prevent wrist injuries, support an injured wrist, and prevent future injuries. We have a variety of wrist braces to support different levels of injury severity. Need help selecting a brace for your sprained wrist? Use our Brace Advisor for recommendations based on intended use and activity.
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About Wrist Injuries
Injuries to the wrist are common because the natural reaction when falling is to brace the impact with your hands. This can lead to wrist sprains or even fractures. Wrist injuries are often seen in sports where falling can occur, such as snowboarding, hockey, or skateboarding. Wrist injuries can also occur from activities that involve repetitive motion of the wrist. Wearing a wrist brace after injury can help during the rehabilitation process. A brace can also help hold your hands in proper position and give your wrists the support they need to prevent future injuries.