Your Experts on Restrictions of movement
Dr. med. H. M. Pult
Dr. med. A. Reutemann
Dr. med. S. Zimmermann
Tendon sheath narrowing (stenosing tenosynovitis) or fibromatosis (Duputyren’s contracture) can lead to restricted movement of the hand.
Useful information on restrictions of movement
OP duration: 1-2 hours. Local anesthesia, anesthesia administered to the arm or general anesthesia upon request. Outpatient or inpatient (1 night) possible.
If necessary, plastic splint for 7-10 days. Suture removal after 10 days. Treatment with physical therapy.
Able to return to work after 3-4 weeks. Sports after 4 weeks. However, surgery is not always the most suitable treatment option. In individual cases, targeted physical therapy treatment or injection therapy are just as likely to result in improved hand functionality.