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Hand and Wrist Anatomy

Wrist Movement ("Kinematics")

  • Extension: 0 to 70 degrees 
  • Flexion: 0 to 80 degrees 
  • Radial Deviation: 0 to 20 degrees 
  • Ulnar Deviation:0 to 45 degrees

Metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joints of fingers

  • MCP joints abduction 0 to 25 degrees
  • MCP adduction 0 to 20 degrees
  • MCP flexion 0 to 90 degrees
  • MCP extension 0 to 30 degrees

Interphalangeal proximal (PIP) joints of fingers

  • PIP flexion 0 to 120 degrees
  • PIP extension 0 to 120 degrees

Interphalangeal distal (DIP) joint of fingers

  • DIP flexion 0 to 80 degrees
  • DIP extension 0 to 80 degrees

Metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb

  • MCP of thumb abduction 0 to 50 degrees
  • MCP of thumb adduction 0 to 40 degrees
  • MCP of thumb flexion 0 to 70 degrees
  • MCP of thumb extension 0 to 60 degrees

Interphalangeal joint of thumb

  • IP flexion 0 to 90 degrees
  • IP extension 0 to 90 degrees


Hand and Wrist Kinematics


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Wrist Movement

Hand and wrist movement (or kinematics as it is called), is important when it comes to the hand and wrist anatomy and the function of the hand and wrist.

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