De Quervain’s Release
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is a condition that results from inflammation of tendons in the wrist as they run towards the base of the thumb. This causes movements of the thumb and wrist, such as gripping objects, to become painful. It is common in mothers who are constantly picking up and holding their children.
Surgery involves a small incision over the painful area after it has been numbed and the tight tunnel around the affected tendons is released.
Trigger finger is caused by inflammation around a tendon in the palm. The affected finger “catches” as you try to straighten it and it very severe cases it can become completely locked.
Surgery involves a small incision in the palm under local anaesthetic to release the tunnel around the affected tendon.
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