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Pain in back of hand, done wrist arthroscopy

After having wrist arthroscopy 9 weeks ago and doing all recommended physio to the letter, I have started my comeback to golf (last Saturday playing 18 holes) and have a great deal of pain in the back of my hand along the tendon that runs down from my index finger to the wrist. The pain occurs quite sharply when I take the club back to the top of my swing and try to swing down and through the ball. Thank you in advance for advice. RM
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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what was the reason for wrist arthroscopy

your symptoms are suggestive of tendonosis
MRI is recommended to evaluate the tendons and carpal bones
Answered: Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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