Wrist tendonitis surgery

If non-operative treatments don't work for wrist tendonitis, surgery is available.

Wrist tendonitis is a common cause of wrist pain, and non-operative treatments don’t always work.

In a surgery for wrist tendonitis, the surgeon will open up space around the tendon so it can move easier. Tissue that is inflamed may also be removed.

After your surgery, you may have restrictions on what you can do with your hand and wrist for a while, and you may need to have hand therapy.

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