I don't know if this would work or not. But you might try one of those nylon, elastic , flexible braces. They are usually black and have probably seen them on ankles and knees or elbopws. My daughter had a knee that would popout occasionally due to repetitive use in track ,Volleyball, Basket ball, and softball (she's a catcher). One of the kids I coach at baseball, his dad is the head of the new sports therapy and rehabiltation unit at Morton Plant Hospital as well as a trainer for the Bucs, Lightning, Yankees, and Clearwater High School. He suggested the flexible brace for her along with exercises to stregthen the side to side muscles of her knee. They were weak and with all the activities she was doing was not getting enough time to rest it. Try one, you can get them almost anywhere, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS and etc. Also try doing some exercises that will improve the strength of your wrist. Wrist curls with light weights to start and maybe isometric stretches with rubber band devices. You can make one out different strengths of surgical tubing. Tie one end through a 5" piece of 1/2" pvc tubing (sch.40) and back to itself to form a handle and on the other end tie on a swivel snap so you can snap it onto a chain link fence or something like that. You can then stand perpindicular to the fence, arms straight out at shoulder heigth. Hold the handle and walk away from the fence till you have tension on the tubing then without bending your elbow, pull the handle away and across your chest keeping your arm straight at all times. Create different pull points by attaching the snap at different heigths on the fence. You can also do other positions by facing the fence and pulling down or up and by facing away from the fence and pulling over and under your shoulder again with keeping your arm straight. You might be surprised how it might help you without the expense of therapy.