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Chapter 06 Video 7: Ulnar Pain in a Backhand Stroke Corrected

August 01, 2016

Contributors: Neeru Jayanthi, MD

Risk to the ulnar carpal joint related to excess ulnar deviation can be corrected through a few mechanisms on a backhand stroke with the non-dominate wrist. This includes lowering the body in the forward lunge position prior to the point of contact, positioning the wrist above the hands, keeping the wrist level with limited ulnar deviation on the non-dominate wrist through the backhand stroke. This will reduce the overall risk to the ulnar carpal joint after many strokes.

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