The symptoms of a boxer’s fracture may include:
When making a fist, the finger that is hurt may appear misaligned. It may bend toward the thumb more than is
Boxer's Fracture Causes
Boxer's fracture get their name from one of their most common causes –
The treatment options for a boxer’s fracture depend on the severity of your injury.
Some treatments that may be used include:
Wrist, hand and finger ROM
The motions of the wrist that you should stretch include:
Different ways you can strengthen your finger muscles may include:
Exercises that may be beneficial may include.
A boxer’s fracture is when you break a bone at the base of your finger, near the knuckle or neck of the bone. That bone is known as a metacarpal.
A boxer’s fracture may also be called fifth metacarpal fracture. It usually happens to the small (pinky) finger or the ring finger and is most common in men.