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Kienbock's disease

Has anyone had experience dealing with Kienbock's disease in relation to building a workout with pushing movements? The wrist had a proximal row carpectomy and now has only 25-30% flexion/extension. I'm kind of stuck on this one and any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!
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Hi there!

Strain on the hand should typically be avoided after avascular necrosis and carpectomy. If there is a way where the strain can be bypassed from the hand directly to the forearm, by use of work-out devices one could go ahead with the physical training.
Hope this is helpful.

Take care!
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