Much like with the shoulder and elbow, we cannot really speak of a single joint here, but rather of two. The wrist is an intricate articulation complex, which coordinates motion from the elbow and shoulder with the motions that the hand is to perform. This task is carried out thanks to the precise coordination between two joints – the ulnocarpal and the radiocarpal joint. This biomechanical complex is at the heart of all fine movement in the hand – one of the biggest achievements of the evolutionary development of the human skeleton. The focus of the exercises here is not so much the isolated functioning of an individual muscle as the recovery of complex movement.