I had reconstructive (left) wrist surgery back in 1997 to repair a scapho-lunate dissociation injury. I was unable to climb for about 6 months post surgery. When I returned to climbing (lots of slabs and low angle stuff), I wore something similar to Ergodyne ProFlex 4000 Single Strap Wrist Support for about a year. The brace I used had a single aluminium stay to limit downward flexion of the wrist which I felt I needed most. YMMV. After about a year, I 'graduated' to just an elastic compression wrist band. This, I have religiously stuck to for the past 18 years. It was a pain to climb with a brace which has a rigid stay in it but it gave me confidence to lead which greatly benefited my lead head. Going from a rigid brace to a compression band was a tough transition I have admit but it was a necessary move .... a rigid brace though supportive is quite limiting. Good luck. Wishing you a complete recovery.