Pain on Pinky Side of Wrist – Exploring Orthopedic Continuum of Care

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A colleague of mine recently developed a wrist brace for ulnar-sided wrist pain — pain on the pinky side of the wrist.
In our discussions we learned what I often learn when discussing health care issues, the continuum of care is very similar, at least in the early stages, as the sleep apnea continuum. Ulnar-sided wrist pain is something that is best dealt with at the primary care level, but PCPs frequently don’t understand the issue which is usually due to TFCC (triangular fibrocartilage complex) tendonitis or how to treat it.
I think Jeff has a great product that will do very well, and I hope we get to explore building a care continuum program for joint pain!
Here is a link to an article that discusses pain on the pinky side of the wrist…
To learn more about this brace for ulnar-sided wrist pain / TFCC injuries, please visit the Bullseye Brace home page.

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