Wrist Reconstruction Surgery
‘Wrist reconstruction’ can refer to a number of surgical procedures, including wrist ligament reconstruction, tendon transfer, wrist joint fusion, and any combination of these. Most commonly, it refers to a wrist joint replacement surgery.
Due to the versatility of its definitions, wrist reconstruction surgery may be used to treat a number of wrist conditions – arthritis, severe sprains, fractures, and recurring dislocations are just a few. If your wrist pain has not responded to nonoperative treatments, contact Orthopaedics SA for an expert assessment.