Small Joint Denervation in Lincoln

February 4, 2022

In years gone by, joint fusion- bonding bones together to eliminate painful motion- was the only way to treat advanced arthritis.  In the late 1960s, joint replacement as we know it today became a reasonable option.  Based on extensive anatomic research, denervation, or removal of nerves going to the responsible…

Post-surgery Breakfast

July 1, 2021

The Perfect Post-Surgery Breakfast Despite your quicker-than-normal recovery, you still deserve a nice post-surgery breakfast. We recommend this scrambled egg breakfast from Gordon Ramsey. Have your spouse, significant other, family, or friend make breakfast for you in bed the day after your surgery, and enjoy your speedy recovery!

Contributing Causes to the Development of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

May 17, 2021

The cause of cubital tunnel syndrome has long been debated.  Really the only proven cause is prolonged elbow flexion for hours at a time, sleeping with one’s hands up by her face, particularly sleeping prone, or traumatic with scarring and possible anatomic distortion as with an elbow fracture.  The remote possibility of…

Denervation as a Means of Solving Base of Thumb Arthritis

November 5, 2018

Patients who are intolerant of or do not respond to NSAID for the treatment of basilar thumb arthritis suffer pain and weakness of pinch, thus loss of function.  Reconstruction of the basilar thumb joint ties up the hand for about a month and then it takes awhile to get all…

The Negative Effect of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on Sleep Quality

October 23, 2018

Not much has been written specifically about evaluating sleep in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome but it is clearly a big problem.  It seems like about 7 out of 10 people seek treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome specifically because pain or numbness in their hands is keeping them awake at…