My Own Case of TFCC Injury
I hurt my wrist in the summer of freshman year in high school.
I was sitting at a bay window and somehow sprained the wrist with my weight on it when I jumped down.
I felt some pain, but it didn’t swell or become feverish that much, so I didn’t really care.
At that time, I played the soft tennis regularly. At first, I just had a slight pain while playing, but it got worse and worse day by day.
In my case, I suffered a lot in making a back hand shot.
On the worst days, I couldn’t pick up not only the racket but a pen.
When I move the wrist, it gave me an acute pain that felt like as if my nerves were pierced directly.
I consulted doctors, but their diagnoses were either a kind of sprain or peritendinitis, and I was told to keep the site at rest to let it recover.
I stopped playing the tennis for a while and avoided doing things that affect the wrist, until the pain got eased.
I resumed playing the tennis when I thought that it was fully recovered, but the pain came back immediately.
After going through a year of rest and recurrence, I gave up playing the sport.
I sought for second opinions and folk remedies but all in vain.
Once I took a rest as long as three months; nevertheless, I could play the tennis only for less than a week.
When I had to tell my coach that I was quitting, I almost cried from vexation.
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