A chunky, silver watch, studded with diamonds, hung from his wrist.
He does not feel the need to embroider every note with a facial expression or a flick of the wrist.
He also was diagnosed with “head, neck, wrist and back injuries – and the biggest was TBI, or traumatic brain injury.”
Old English wrist, from Proto-Germanic *wristiz (cf. Old Norse rist "instep," Old Frisian wrist, Middle Dutch wrist, German Rist "back of the hand, instep"), from Proto-Germanic *wrig-, *wreik- "to turn" (see wry). The notion is "the turning joint."
The joint between the hand and the forearm.