The human wrist is a very complex part of our anatomy, required to be both mobile yet stable in order to generate grip strength and to withstand weightbearing forces. Injuries to the ligaments that stabilise our wrists or to the tendons that move our wrist are common. Proprioceptive retraining is a key component of a tailored wrist rehabilitation program. Proprioception, often referred to as our 6th sense, is our awareness of what our limbs are doing (their position and movement) in space. For example, finding the light switch in the dark or touching our nose with our eyes closed. Our joints, ligaments and tendons have proprioceptors which give us this information. Our therapists are highly experienced in treating these complex injuries to allow you to regain optimum wrist function.