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... Well, today is one day short of a week after my LRTI basal thumb joint surgery..... ... (42 replies)
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... remove the trapezium and divide a tendon and use it rolled up as a spacer between the bones is the most common surgery for basal thumb arthritis and very successful. There are several variants of this surgery, all with excellent outcomes. ... (6 replies)

... remove the trapezium and divide a tendon and use it rolled up as a spacer between the bones is the most common surgery for basal thumb arthritis and very successful. There are several variants of this surgery, all with excellent outcomes. ... (6 replies)
... I am posting for the sake of other pianists who find this thread about Basal Joint surgery for pianists. ... (1 replies)
... Greengal is right. This condition only gets worse, never better, and waiting can cause permanent damage. I am 59 and had my surgery 4 weeks ago. Once the nerve block wore off, it was extremely painful for several days, but controllable with medication, elevation and icing. ... (9 replies)
... One thing to keep in mind while your deciding is the sooner the better, especially if your joint is as bad as you described. ... (9 replies)
... tantly with my wrist and thumb, I can demonstrate subluxation with it and my surgeon says it is quite unstable. The issue is only getting worse, and I know this surgery may be the only way to fix it. If it weren't for my Crohn's flaring up on me I would be comfortable having this surgery now. ... (17 replies)
... cast is removed I head over to hand therapy, they make me a splint and I schedule my fist therapy appointment. I did have the bone removed, the procedure is basal thumb joint arthroplasty. ... (28 replies)
... I had basal thumb joint reconstruction in 2007. Best thing I ever did. If I had known that I would have less pain in the first 5 days of recovery than I did before surgery, I wouldn't have waited as long as I did. ... (28 replies)
... except to take a shower and still no lifting. After that I start physical therapy. My recovery from the second surgery is going well. I had to see the incisions to believe they really did the surgery. My hand is strong and I feel like I could probably use it. ... (131 replies)
... I now need the basal joint surgery. I'm interested in hearing from ArthritisPain and OhioQuilter about the basal joint procedure. Did you each have the one where they remove the bone and use tendon to replace it? ... (13 replies)
... Hope your new cast helps .....and your recovery goes smoothly. ... (5 replies)
... Hi thmbsup, No you should not be using your hand nor stretching it. Its ok to move your fingers & the tip of your thumb. You need to elevate the arm as much as you can. You also need to elevate your arm on a stack of pillows when you are asleep. This helps take down the swelling & enables the blood to flow properly. I was off work for 4 months so I cant advise you about... (26 replies)
... I ony had basal joint surgery without the carpal tunnel done. ... (90 replies)
... I was allowed to move my 4 fingers but not my thumb. I was told only to bend the tip of my thumb inwards, once every hour. If it hurts, I was told, then stop. ... (238 replies)
... Did you notice any relief in your thumbs after the carpal tunnel surgery, but before the basal joint surgery. I see you had your basal joints done fairly close together. Has that been much of a problem as far as recovery? ... (6 replies)
... ve already had to compensate a lot for other osteoarthritis sites, and worry that this procedure will leave you with a thumb position which will further compromise your ability to do fine hand work. ... (238 replies)
... I have read many of the threads posted about basal thumb joint issues and solutions. My question is what kind of work you can do after the angioplasty surgery. ... (3 replies)
... peration wasn't that bad as operations go. The dr. let me choose if I wanted to be completely asleep or have the "twilight sleep". I chose twilight because the recovery from the anesthesia is usually shorter and I could go home sooner. ... (8 replies)




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