Sports surgery has come a long way in recent years, alongside the development of high performance sport and sport in the general population, and thanks to the combined progress of surgical and imaging techniques.
Fortunately, the practice of regular physical activity is more and more widespread, and our patients wish to be able to practice it more and more later, and in the best physical conditions.
Imaging techniques, whether MRI, CT or ultrasound, allow an increasingly precise diagnosis of joint, muscle and tendon lesions linked to sports, which previously were hardly visible, and therefore little understandable and poorly supported.
The progress of orthopedic surgery, in particular with the development of arthroscopy and minimally invasive surgery techniques, microsurgery, medical implants, the occasional contribution of growth factors (or PRP) make it possible to provide an additional response more reliable, with constraints in terms of immobilization and stopping sport more and more controlled.
The experience of taking care of athletes, the requirement related to high level sport, requiring a rapid resumption of activities with a quality of optimal result, allowed me to better develop these surgical techniques, which I try to benefit all of my patients, for everything related to my area of competence, the shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
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