TFCC INJURY DIAGNOSIS

Ulnar (pinkie) sided wrist pain caused by TFCC (Triangular Fibro Cartilage Complex) injuries historically have been challenging to treat.

Surgery often yields disappointing results and extended recovery times; thick, hard, uncomfortable braces make sports and everyday tasks challenging.

Wendy Medeiros, OTR, CHT. Wendy’s nearly 25 years experience as an Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist has given her great insight into this injury.

After opening her practice in 2000, Wendy noticed in increase in TFCC injuries and realized that there wasn’t an easy, accurate, and 100% reliable test to determine this specific injury. She developed the Weight Bearing Test. It is now used by orthopedic specialists and physical therapists as THE gold-standard to diagnose this difficult injury.

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Follow instructions to perform the Weight Bearing Test and diagnose your TFCC injury


Don't like videos?  Here are the step by step instructions:
HOW TO PERFORM THE WEIGHT BEARING TEST


Use a NON digital scale

1.Test on the unaffected (GOOD) wrist first

2.Test the affected (HURT) wrist – slowly
Stop at the edge of pain – any pain!

Wrap 2 pieces of 1/2″ non-elastic tape around wrist (watch video for important instructions. You can skip directly to :39)

3. RETEST with the injured taped wrist

If you have a TFCC injury there should be an immediate increase in weight bearing ability, and your pain should be greatly relieved.

Record your results

Right Hand without tape _______ with tape ________

Left Hand without tape _______ with tape ________

If you did NOT notice a big difference in the amount of weight you can bear with and without tape, or there is not a marked difference between the two wrists, then you probably do NOT have a TFCC injury.

However, if you noticed a significant difference after taping your wrist as instructed you have a TFCC tear are a candidate for the WristWidget which will allow the TFCC to completely heal itself without surgery.

An injured wrist result of 20-45# indicates a severe injury. 
An injured wrist result of 45-65# indicates a moderate injury. 
An injured wrist result of 65#+ indicates a mild injury. 

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