The triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) injuries of the wrist affect the outer (ulnar) side of the wrist. Injuries to the TFCC are sometimes referred to as a wrist sprain in mild cases. More severe injuries to the TFCC can be very painful and are common in athletes who play racquet-type sports, such as tennis, golf, and baseball, and also sports or activities which put additional pressure on the writs, such as gymnastics. We can help treat TFCC injuries with a variety of options, including splints, PRP injections, and at times surgery.
TFCC Tears & Injuries
The Razorbacks trust us and so can you
Official Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Provider for the Arkansas Razorbacks