Multiple bones, ligaments, and joints make up the skeletal structure of the hand which, thanks to the functioning of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the foot, as well as the complex vascular-nervous connection, allows it to perform an infinite number of movements with maximum precision and dexterity.
The loss of this perfect balance means important limitations. For this reason, surgery must be meticulous, minimally invasive, and treatment must be designed to restore function as quickly as possible, since any type of rigidity can be very disabling.
The complexity of its structure generally requires a detailed study and the complementary explorations needed to clarify the origin of the problem. The adaptation of the optimum treatment for each pathology to the patient’s needs is one of our objectives.