Treating TFCC Tears

You can tear your TFCC if you twist, fall on or fracture your wrist


If you play golf or any sport that involves putting pressure on the pinky side of the wrist—including racket sports like tennis and pickleball—you may be at risk for a type of injury called a triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) tear.

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