Curiously, the whole thing has resulted in loss of playing function in my right hand (the affected wrist is my left's) probably because I had stopped practising for a couple of months -I've been slowly working on recovering control on my ring finger, on tone and velocity in general, which I feel I had lost somewhat. I expect that'll increasingly be the case as years advance, that it will take ever more effort to keep in playing condition and retain my capabilities as a player. I already had observed that I cannot play remotely as fast as I could even ten years ago -but that is to be expected, your physical capabilities as a player peak around the 30 years of age and slowly decline thereafter -although that wasn't quite the case for me as I started so late and at that point was only beginning to get into the swing of things and learn what I was doing.
Thinking of doing a couple of short recitals in January (I don't think I can as yet contemplate a full-on full programme, which would require me to practise four hours a day or so). About 40 min of music, half of the programme being those preludes by Ponce I've been putting videos and sound clips of on Youtube and SoundCloud; not as demanding as Bach's Chaconne, for instance, but beautiful and satisfying to play and listen to.