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Kayaking InjuriesActivities that entail repeatedly moving the wrist up and down, such as kayaking, can lead to pain on the back of the forearm a few inches below the wrist, as well as a creaking sound/sensation as the tendons rub against the extensor retinaculum.

Below is a partial list of the sports injuries and other activities with their related injuries treated at HandSport Surgery Institute in New York:

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