No more wrist pain

Patient regains mobility 3 months after a proximal row carpectomy with Dr. Badia

Our patient was told by other hand surgeons that his only solution was a wrist fusion… He did not like the idea of not having a wrist joint and visited Dr. Badia for a second opinion. Today our patient has a wrist joint and is pain free. 

What is a proximal row carpectomy?

In simple terms, it involves removing a row of small bones from the wrist joint to relieve pain and improve mobility. This procedure is often considered when other treatments haven’t worked and aims to help individuals regain wrist function.

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