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... Your surgeon is correct, it is a lengthy recovery with the first 6 weeks being the toughest. Keeping your hand elevated above your heart is critical to reducing pain from swelling. ... (8 replies)
... You will only be on pain meds for about 1 week after your surgery. If you do not use your hand for the amount of time you are told not to use it, your recovery should advance smoothly. ... (8 replies)
... I am one week away from CMC Arthroplasty with tendon transfer. ... (8 replies)

CMC surgery
Jun 3, 2011
... A lot of people have made this surgery sound more complex than I have experienced. ... (0 replies)
... even burning, down the outside of your thumb. ... (13 replies)
... I am from North Carolina and I am looking for a Dr. to do surgery on the cmc joint of my thumb. I noticed that you were from North Carolina and wondered if you would mind sharing the name of your surgeon? ... (26 replies)
... Welcome to the club, Cliff. ... (76 replies)
... wrists for loss of cartilage. I have no problems now with range of motions in my thumb, fingers nor wrist. ... (5 replies)
... my scar burns as well. Starting in the afternoon, by evening I have applied enough traumeel to slide down the street!. ... (76 replies)
... I'm going to physical therapy twice a week and today will be my third appt. The therapist says everything looks real good. She asked who the surgeon was and confirmed his outstanding reputation. I have been doing my assigned home exercises religiously. ... (76 replies)
... we are looking for the best surgeon to preform this thumb procedure in southern california. interviews with dr.s have them removing the base of the thumb bone and either leaving it like that with scar tissue filling the space, or bone removal with a tendon filling the space. ... (1 replies)
... I can only relate my own experience. I too was very surprised by the length of time it took to become pain free. In fact, I woke up this morning and said "I don't hurt today." I stopped wearing the brace this past weekend. ... (9 replies)
... strength in my right hand. I have no strength in my thumb. I'm doing all the exercises that the PT tells me to do, but am getting discouraged. I have burning pains in my wrist and terrible stiffness in my fingers. ... (19 replies)
... and I regained most of the strength after several months. This one has been a nightmare I still nerve pain and swelling in the base of the thumb and my fingers swell and go purple after use. ... (19 replies)
... For the past several years, the base of my thumb was constantly inflamed. Nsaids, splinting and cort. shots did not help. ... (9 replies)
CMC Fusion W/Plate
May 15, 2007
... I had an operation done on my left CMC joint. ... (0 replies)
... I had the thumb excison arthroplasty 17 days ago. The first two days were pretty uncomfortable and I just rested and took the pain meds. I went back to work on the fourth day and felt fine. I didn't need the pain meds after day two. ... (2 replies)
... the tendon graft slipped after surgery and so my movement is not from my second joint on my thumb but rather at the carpal base. To secure in order to eliminate the discomfort and limited mobility the surgeon added to micro buttons to tether the top of hand to thumb. ... (29 replies)
... you cannot develop bronchitis from herbs. Not from Valerian nor from Chamomile tea. Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes due to an infection by viruses, usually the syncytial virus. ... (13 replies)
... enter operational therapy. 1st day of therapy went well. Therapist said my healing was good and my range of motion better than average for this point in recovery process. ... (13 replies)

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