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Source: Handcare ASSH
Do you have hand pain after punching a wall? It could be a boxer’s fracture. Boxer’s fractures are very common hand injuries. The typical cause is striking a hard surface with a clenched fist – such as punching a wall. These injuries can also occur in contact sports, automobile collisions, altercations, or falling to the ground on an outstretched hand.