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21 Jan 2006

wrist pain
I have been experiencing recurring pain on my wrist bone that lies in line with my rght pinky finger. The skin over my middle joint of my pinky also becomes red. What could be causing this?
And who is best to see?
I am right handed.
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physiotherapist

01 Jan 0001

Probably your pisiform bone in the wrist - may be subluxed. Find a chiropracter that looks at those sort of things - should sort you out.

Douglas
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