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October 15, 2007

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Hui

Hi,

I was googling tfcc tear and yoga and stumbled across your blog post.
I had been practising several different types of yoga, all vinyasa based, and started experiencing wrist pain. Like you I ignored it. This year, the pain became so excruciatingly bad that I had to stop yoga and pilates - but even so, it would not go away. A recent MRI scan indicates that I had a TFCC tear that then progressed to the ulnar impaction syndrome.

I was just wondering if your wrist has healed now and how long it took to heal? I've stopped going to yoga classes now because I find it difficult being in a class where I cannot do most of the poses that I love. Not a day goes by when I don't long to go back. So, I'm hopeful that you have returned to yoga, or that you found a way of overcoming that feeling of unaccomplishment.

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