Ocena: 4.8/5.0

Informacje o zabiegu

The choice of trigger finger treatment depends on many factors. This includes long lasting inflammation (more than half a year), problem with the mobility of fingers, co-existing diseases (diabetes, gout), as well as failure of previous rehabilitation and anti-inflammatory medicines. The treatment takes several minutes. It is usually performed under local anaesthesia. It consists in cutting a fibrous sheath of the patient’s tendon, thus allowing free movement. After the procedure, the patient can leave the hospital on the same day. For about four weeks it is necessary to wear sling for your hand in order to heal the wound properly. The operation has a low risk of complications and enables quick recovery of the hand. The price of procedure depends on the deformation degree and the extent of procedure.

Wskazania

  • long-lasting inflammation (above six months)
  • problem with mobility of few fingers
  • co-existing other diseases (gout)
  • failure of earlier applied rehabilitation and anti-inflammatory medicines

Przeciwwskazania do zabiegu

  • diseases related to blood coagulation disorders
  • causing excessive bleeding, e.g. haemophilia
  • immunosuppression through immunosuppressive drugs or HIV infection
  • taking blood thinners
  • advanced and uncontrolled diabetes
  • active infection of the hand skin
  • infections
  • increased body temperature
  • allergy to any anaesthetic drug

Przebieg zabiegu

The treatment takes several minutes. It is usually performed under local anaesthesia. It consists in cutting a fibrous sheath of the patient’s tendon, thus allowing free movement.

Uwolnienie/plastyka pochewki ścięgnistej - palca trzaskającego

Cena:

Od 1800 do 2500 zł

Korzyści z zabiegu

  • restoring smoothness and precision of movements
  • restoring mobility of the finger
  • facilitating catching objects
  • relief of pain complaints
  • improving living comfort

Zalecenia po zabiegu

  • after treatment the patient should relieve limb (wear sling for your hand) so that the tendon is fully healed
  • it is forbidden to carry out works and movements involving surgical tendons
  • rehabilitation is often necessary
  • several hours of exercises recommended by a qualified physiotherapist will significantly improve the effects of surgery