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Hand and Foot Surgeries

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    Overview

    Surgical procedures for the hand and wrist include the treatment of nerves, tendons, bones, and ligaments. Although most individuals don’t walk on their hands, writing and typing are both made more difficult by hand difficulties.

    Foot surgery focuses on the treatment of musculoskeletal trauma-related injuries and disorders. Whether it’s damage to the lateral ankle ligaments or more severe injuries like crushing and twisting, you can handle it all.

    Everything You Need To Know About Hand and Foot Surgeries

    Types

    Following are the types of hand surgery:

    • Carpal Tunnel Surgery: Because carpal tunnel disease affects so many people, it’s no surprise that carpal tunnel surgery is so frequent. Swelling around the wrist tendons causes pressure on the median nerve and tendons that flow through a tunnel to the fingers, resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome. Pins and needles feeling in hand, thumb weakness, discomfort in hand, and shooting pain are all symptoms of compression of the median nerve. Carpal tunnel surgery may alleviate pressure on the nerve in the tunnel when non-surgical methods like wearing a wrist brace fail to do so.
    • Trigger Finger Surgery: If lumps or nodules form in the flexor tendons of the fingers, such as the thumb, they may cause a condition known as trigger finger. Tendons become caught and prevent the fingers from straightening, trapping them in a curled or bent posture. Swelling and soreness, in addition to a bump on the palm, are other possible symptoms. Surgical treatment for the trigger finger expands the sheath by making a small cut on the palm.
    • Dupuytren’s Contracture Surgery: Thickening the tissue under the skin of the palms and fingers is known as Dupuytren’s contracture. Hand deformities such as these often develop over a long period. Thick tissue bands cause the fingers to curl toward the palm, making it difficult to handle items, even if they are not painful. To regain mobility, these bands are surgically released. A skin transplant may be necessary if a significant volume of tissue has to be removed.
    • Joint Replacement: Patients with severe hand arthritis may also benefit from joint replacement surgery. Plastic, silicone rubber, a patient’s tendon, or even metal may be utilized to replace a joint that the illness has damaged.
    • Tendon Repair: Surgery is required for certain tendon injuries caused by trauma or infection. Surgical correction or other secondary remedies, such as tendon grafts, may be all that is required in these procedures.
    • Nerve Repair: Surgical intervention to heal nerve damage is possible as well. If a simple repair is all that is needed, then a graft may be used to replace the injured portion of the nerve.

     

    Some examples of foot surgery include:

    • Achilles tendon repair: Surgical intervention may be required if a tendon that links a person’s backheel to their calf muscles is ruptured or damaged. Without surgery, the ends of the Achilles tendon may spontaneously reattach, but this may lead to a recurrence of the injury and a longer healing time. It’s because of this that most sportsmen get surgery to correct this kind of injury.
    • Foot fracture surgery: Complex foot fractures need surgery, although small fractures may heal on their own. The success rate of surgeries to treat foot fractures is high.
    • Metatarsal surgery: Metatarsal surgery may be recommended by your foot and ankle expert to correct bunions, rheumatoid arthritis, or any other foot abnormality. The metatarsal bone is sliced, repositioned, and fastened with metal pins, plates, or screws throughout the surgery.
    • Morton’s neuroma surgery: It’s called Morton’s neuroma because a mass of tissue has formed around a nerve, causing discomfort in the toes and the ball of the foot. Decompressing or removing an irritated nerve can relieve the patient’s excruciating, searing agony.
    • Toe deformity correction surgery: Toes may be permanently disfigured by severe corns, hammertoes, and bunions. Your chance of falling and other injury-inducing mishaps rises when you have a deformed toe, which causes pain and suffering. The toes may be straightened and repositioned so that you can walk without discomfort.
    • Reconstructive surgery: Reconstructive surgery is needed to correct a foot abnormality that might compromise balance and gait. Patients with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or a serious injury may need this sort of surgery.

     

    Why is it Needed?

    For a variety of reasons, hand reconstruction surgery may be necessary.

    • Hand injuries
    • Damage to the structures in hand may be caused by several rheumatic illnesses such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
    • Degenerative changes to the hand’s structures
    • Congenital hand problems or deformities
    • Infections of the hand

    In most circumstances, foot and ankle surgery is reserved for those who have tried other, less intrusive treatments and found them to be ineffective. Surgery may be required in the following situations:

    • Removal of foot deformities such as bunions and bone spurs
    • Severe arthritis has resulted in bone problems.
    • Cosmetic reconstruction

    Conclusion

    Hand and wrist injuries and disorders are the focus of hand surgery. Writing and typing might be made more difficult if you have hand difficulties. Foot surgery focuses on the treatment of musculoskeletal trauma-related injuries and disorders.

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