Wrist joint replacement can help those affected by arthritis, injury, disease, or infection in the wrist. These conditions can cause cartilage between bones in the wrist to wear down. This can become very painful and cause stiffness, swelling, and difficulty gripping objects. Wrist joint replacement involves removing the ends of the bones that have are exhibiting worn-out cartilage and replacing them with artificial joints. The procedure can be performed as an outpatient. A cast will be required for the first several weeks after surgery, followed by a protective splint for the following six to eight weeks. Patients will need to perform routine exercises with the wrist after the splint is removed in order to improve strength. Follow-up appointments (about once a year) after surgery is generally recommended to ensure the artificial joints and implants are working properly.
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