Wrist Supports While Cake Decorating?

Decorating By xanikesmom Updated 18 Mar 2010 , 3:07pm by tiggerjo

xanikesmom Posted 18 Mar 2010 , 2:56pm
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When I was in 4th grade I broke both of my wrists on the playground ... now almost 20 years later they still bother me from time to time (damp weather, using a computer for too long, etc). I did 3 cakes over the weekend and the past few days my wrists have hurt so bad!! Because cake decorating is so tedious and I'm sure carpal tunnel is a concern, does anyone know or use any sort of wrist supports to prevent this?

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tiggerjo Posted 18 Mar 2010 , 3:07pm
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I have to wear a support at night but it is rigid and would not allow any movement. I did buy a wrist support to wear when I do cross stitch. It is
made out of fabric and very flexible. Helps to a certain extent. You can find these in the sewing notions section. HTH

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