For starters, a hand/wrist surgeon IS an orthopedist. Second, once you have had a significant enough wrist soft tissue injury that required surgery, you've now won yourself a wrist that is predisposed to injury. You've obviously re-injured your wrist(after reading your results).
After my initial wrist fracture/soft tissue injury, my wrist was never the same. I underwent 6 reconstructive surgeries to repair repetitive TFCC injuries. The wrist becomes weaker and more prone to injury(sprains). As you can imagine, I was in bad shape by surgery 6. It was so unstable that we ended up fuzing it (I'm 24, the fusion was done 6 months ago).
Best decision ever made. As for you? discuss the results with your orthopod. If he doesnt want to do anything, get a second opinion.