About 3 weeks ago I broken my right scaphoid in my wrist and had surgery on it immediately to put it back in place and allow it to heal. I'm 19, and am off work for a month or so to allow it to heal. My cast allows me to play PS4 well enough but I'm scared that playing PS4 will slow down the healing process of my wrist as I'm using it ect. Do I have the right mindset or am I totally wrong?
Is PS4 gaming bad for a healing wrist in a cast?
Question posted by JohnT123456 on 30 April 2017
Last updated on 16 May 2017 by Windchimes123
It's very adult of you to be concerned.
I agree with nun.
It may be actually good for you to be keeping the other muscles flexible .
To be sure...
Call your ortho. It can be handled through the secretary.
I think I see gaming withdrawal in your future. Lol kidding.
You are on vacation and want to play !
Btw... go to med supply store or online.
They sell heavy plastic over cast that has a blow-in device. It totally covers the cast so you can go swimming.
well, the cast is keeping you from bending it and physical therapy this early only allows you to splay your fingers and grip. I think your fine to play your games. When the cast comes off, that's when you need the exercise.
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