WristWidget Instagram LIVE - Video topics index

We have created an index all of the topics and where you can easily find them in each video timeline. Whew!  Now you don't have to listen to all of the talks waiting to hear one specific thing.

Bullseye Brace vs. WristWidget

What's the difference between the Bullseye Brace and the WristWidget?  We break each down for you here.

Why does my WristWidget® slip and slide down my wrist?

We are all anatomically different. See how...  and remedies for a slipping WristWidget®.

Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) & the Gut - what's the connection?

In 2006, I noticed a select group of 20 cases that presented with an onset of bilateral ulnar sided wrist pain without any known cause. Testing revealed significant intestinal issues in 18 of the cases. Chinese medicine shows the heart meridian to connect the TFCC with the small intestine.

The Piano Key Sign test - Understanding Compression of the Ulna head

Why does ulnar compression hurt with TFCC tears or DRUJJ instability?  

Are cortisone injections effective for Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) tears?

There is little evidence that the TFCC has inflammatory cells nearby when injured. While a cortisone injection will help with inflammation, it will not treat the TFCC injury. When will it help?

Flexor carpi ulnaris (FCU) tendonitis

The FCU is often confused with a TFCC injury.  They are nearly the same except for a few distinguishing details.

Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) tear and/or Extensor Carpi Ulnaris (ECU) tendonitis?

TFCC and ECU injuries can be easily confused - which is challenging because treatment for each is very different.  Understand the right treatment plan for each condition

It's So Much More Than Your Wrist!

One of the most dangerous myths is that “it’s all in the wrist.” We’ve heard it repeated in athletic activities from tennis to fly fishing.  As with most persistent myths, there’s some truth to it.  The wrist and fingers provide the finishing touch on almost any movement of the arms, from a baseball pitch to a fencing parry.

Central Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) tears WILL heal!

My doctor said that the Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) has no blood supply and will not fully heal; is this true?