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Wrist Sprain

Ligament connects bone to bone and keeps a joint steady. It is made from tough cord-like tissue, but has a weak blood supply and so finds it difficult to repair itself. They have half the holding power of steel and are tremendously flexible. The ligament is made up of fibres, like string twisted in to a rope. When you tear your ligament (see: Ligament Tear) you cut the rope. When you sprain it, you over-stretch or tear some of these strings or fibres.

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