Reconstructive surgery and microsurgery of peripheral nerves
Reconstructive microsurgery of the bone segments
Pathologies Treated Degenerative pathologies:
Articular and tendon cysts
Medial and lateral epicondylangias
De Quervain disease
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Osteoarthritis of the base of the thumb or RIZOARTROSI
Osteoarthritis of the wrist and fingers
Injury of the brachial biceps
Fractures of the elbow and radial capital
Wrist fractures and their outcomes
Scaphoid fractures and their outcomes
Fractures of the metacarpals and phalanges
Treatment of peripheral nerve palsies and their outcomes
Injury of the extensor and flexor tendons
Sprain of the elbow, wrist and fingers
Minimally invasive treatment of wrist and hand fractures
Wrist and hand fractures are among the most frequent traumatic diseases afflicting the active population. Their correct treatment is essential for an early functional recovery. The use of minimally invasive techniques, such as arthroscopy or the most recent synergy of osteosynthesis, allow, with a minimal surgical insult, to guarantee the fixation of the fracture avoiding unnecessary scarring.
Microsurgery is a precision surgical technique that allows the biological reconstruction of tissues using the intraoptery microscope and specific surgical instruments. The reconstruction of amputated segments (fingers or limbs), post-traumatic defects or results of demolition oncological interventions is given by the possibility of manipulating very small structures and effectively repairing them.
The use of these techniques allows us to overcome the problems of traditional and artificial reconstructive capacities, respecting the biology of the tissues and ensuring morphologically and functionally better recovery.
Treatment of degenerative pathologies of the wrist
Primary or secondary osteoarthritis is one of the most common diseases of the musculoskeletal system and is consequent to the wear and tear of articular cartilage. Sometimes it occurs in association with a picture of polyarthritis and is the cause of a painful friction between the bones involved. Women are much more affected than men.
The typical symptoms are associated pain, in the more advanced pictures, and progressive joint deformation in toto.
If pain and function do not improve with medical therapy, surgery can resolve the clinical picture. The results of the operation are very encouraging in the long term, with the patient who can return to using the segment involved for daily life activities with pain relief, and consequent increase in quality of life.