That still ain’t very specific. Are we walking pain, instability, immobility? Is it loading the wrist like holding a dumbbell in the top of a bench press position? Traction forces like holding the dumbbell in a row and having it pulling on your wrist? Gripping? Bending? Supination/Pronation? All of the above?
What you can tolerate is prob more important that what u can’t in this case. Say you can put force through the crook of your elbow/upper forearm than u could rig of Flyes from there or find apne of them pec deck machines that don’t have a wrist component to the movement. If u can hold a bar in the crook of your elbows a zercher squat can hit a lot of muscle.
I think machines are gonna be very useful for you;
SSB Squats if you can get into that position
Zombie Front Squats
Single Leg Work: Pistol Squats, Split Squats, Lunges
Hack Squats + Machine Squats (if ur able to flick the lever that unracks em)
Back Raises / Glute Ham Raises with bands for added resistance (u might like to try these single leg once double leg gets too easy or wear a weighted vest)
Other machines: hamstring curls, leg extensions etc.
I think that covers lower body aight.
Upper body wise bit more challenging:
If u r able a cable attachment that is like a strap that can be secured to any part of your body and it can be quite versatile e.g. cable shoulder raises
Pullover machines or equivalent for lats
Shrugs could be pulled off on a calf raise machine
A pec deck like I mentioned. Maybe a reverse pec deck pushing through the elbows similarly.
Most muscles of the upper body right there. I don’t think any are hit particularly well because we can’t do heavy compound moves but it’s something.