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Rowing InjuriesActivities that entail repeatedly moving the wrist up and down, such as rowing, can lead topain 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.  Treat your rowing injury at HandSport Surgery Institute, the premier practice in hand and upper extremity surgery, and the treatment of sports injuries.

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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