How does the tendon in your wrist differ from the tendon in your ankle?


The tendons that run through your fingers, hands, wrists, forearms, elbows and arms work like long ropes connecting the muscles of the forearm with the bones of the fingers and thumb. If you're having trouble bending your wrist or one (or more) of your fingers normally, you may have a tendon injury.


The tendons that control movement in your hands, wrists and fingers run through your forearm. There are 6 tendons that help move your wrist. The wrist tendons are: Flexor carpi radialis: This tendon is one of two tendons that bend the wrist

The tendons in the ankle is thicker than the tendon in the wrist because the tendon in the ankle performs harder acivity than the wrist.

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