Inadequate splinting can lead to extend the duration of the treatment. The colour code has been created to guide the non-specialised confronted with hand or wrist fractures.
The Duran and Kleinert protocols no longer show any particular evolution in the management of lesions of the flexor tendons in zone II.
The “skier’s thumb” is an attack on the internal lateral ligament of the thumb. This usually occurs during a sudden spread of the thumb outwards. In winter sports, this lesion is particularly frequent:
During a nerve repair, our brains have to adapt and reorganize in order to regain functional sensitivity. Sensitive reeducation makes it possible to understand, help, and accelerate this phenomenon.