CMC Joint Arthroplasty
CMC are the Carpometacarpel joint that makes the base joints for the thumb, the carpel bone and a metacarpal of the thumb together. The CMC joint is the place which is mostly affected with arthritis. The arthritis in the CMC joints occur when the flexible tissue that covers and protects the joints wears out. The damage in these tissues causes the bones in the joint to grind together making the joint down, leads to the pain and difficulty in moving the thumb. The CMC joint arthritis have both adverse and mild stages, which are treated with advanced surgical developments.
- Track 1-1 Diagnosis and Classification
- Track 2-2 Non-surgical Treatment Options
- Track 3-3 Clinical Evaluation and Data Analysis
- Track 4-4 Surgical Techniques
- Track 5-5 Rehabilitation