This video is part 10 of 10 in the "Climb Injury-Free" video series. Watch the clip to learn how to correct the most common climbing movements that can cause a collateral ligament sprain.
The finger joints are supported laterally on each side by collateral ligaments. They stabilize the finger from side-to-side movement. When you climb, your hand and fingers are placed in aggressive positions that may put increased force into the ligament, causing it to tear.
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