Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The constriction of a main hand nerve in the wrist area leads to painful discomfort of the first three fingers.
Via a small incision at the wrist, the nerve is gently freed from its constriction.
The swelling of the finger flexor tendons leads to a characteristic and also painful “finger cracking” when stretching the finger joints.
By means of a minimal intervention, the constricting band is split.
Rhizarthrosis / Thumb Saddle Joint Abrasion
Due to severe abrasion, a painful reduction of the thumb’s mobility occurs.
The pain generating joint parts are surgically removed and replaced with autologous tendon tissue.