Posttraumatic stiffness in the hand.


Maximalization of motion after healing is a primary goal of treatment when the surgeon is presented with a hand injury. The contribution of muscle/tendon, capsule and ligament, and the joint surface to the problem of posttraumatic stiffness is reviewed. Treatment possibilities for posttraumatic stiffness are presented and the importance of remobilization to… (More)


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