Dra. Gemma Pidemunt Moli
• More than 15 years of experience• Coordinator of Traumatology at the Clinical Corachan LENOX (2011-present) • Member of the Hand and Elbow Unit and Unit of Foot and Ankle Surgery and Traumatology Service of Corachán LENOX Clinic (2010-present)• Assistant physician of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology Unit at the upper end of the Hospital del Mar (2003-present)• Consultant in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology Hospital del Mar de Barcelona (currently)• MIR Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery at the Teaching Unit of Hospital Vall d'Hebron (2003) ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (1997)• Specialist in Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery (2003) • PhD in Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2010) ...
Publications and conferences
• Author of multiple articles• He has made numerous lectures at national and international level
Recognition and awards
• Extraordinary prize of Doctorate in Surgery Autonomous University of Barcelona (2011)
• Full member of the Catalan Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SCCOT)• tenured member of the Spanish Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SECOT) • tenured member of the Spanish Society for Surgery of the Hand• Member of the Academy of Medical Sciences• European board in hand surgery (2014) ...
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Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that lets you view and work directly inside the joint, without opening, thanks to a tiny Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that lets you view and work directly inside the joint, without opening, thanks to a tiny camera. Only small incisions or cuts in the skin of about one centimeter are made. Ankle arthroscopy is applied in cases of articular cleaning and removal of loose bodies, or other treatments, such as osteochondritis. After the intervention, it is recommended a week of rest and applying ice to prevent swelling. The patient may also need to reform through specific exercises led by a fisioterapeura, lymphatic drainage and other techniques to enhance the mobility of the ankle. ...
The stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and roots. When located in the lower part of the spinal column The stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and roots. When located in the lower part of the spinal column it is known as lumbar canal stenosis, while when the narrowing occurs in the top of the column is called cervical canal stenosis. The lumbar and cervical areas are usually being the most affected, although the narrowing channel does not cause pain if not compress any nerve structure. The spinal stenosis often occur gradually by the aging process, due to the deformation of bones and tissues around the spinal canal. Usually begins to affect people over 50 years, although it also occurs in young people with a spinal trauma. The treatment of various types of spinal stenosis is usually based on the use of medications (anti-inflammatories or steroids) to reduce pain and inflammation with rest time, or physical therapy. Surgery is recommended only where nerve compression which progressively worsens. ...
The carpal tunnel or channel is a connection zone on the anterior face of the wrist, crossed by many tendons. When this tunnel is reduced for any reas The carpal tunnel or channel is a connection zone on the anterior face of the wrist, crossed by many tendons. When this tunnel is reduced for any reason, the pressure inside and the median nerve (which runs from the forearm to the hand) it is also compressed. This causes what is known as carpal tunnel syndrome, peripheral neuropathy caused by performing repetitive hand and wrist movements. Patients with this disease suffer from pain in the wrist and forearm, feeling of numbness, cramps and tingling in the thumb and index fingers especially. This syndrome should be treated by surgery carpal tunnel to avoid the appearance of weakness and atrophy in some muscles of the hand and clumsiness in handling objects. The carpal tunnel surgery is to release the nerve and is performed both open or conventional manner, as by endoscopy. The pain after surgery disappears in a few days and the other symptoms are decreasing in the short term, depending on the severity of the injury. In addition, rehabilitation after carpal tunnel surgery is necessary, by performing specific exercises of hand movements or physiotherapy. ...
The carpal tunnel or canal Connection is an area located in the anterior aspect of the wrist, crossed by numerous tendons. When this tunnel is reduced The carpal tunnel or canal Connection is an area located in the anterior aspect of the wrist, crossed by numerous tendons. When this tunnel is reduced for any reason, increases the pressure inside and the median nerve ( which runs from the forearm into the hand ) is also compressed. This causes known as carpal tunnel syndrome, peripheral neuropathy caused by the realization of repetitive movements of hands and wrists. Patients with this pathology suffer pain in the wrist and forearm, sensation of numbness, cramps and tingling in the thumb and forefinger, especially fingers. This syndrome should be treated by surgery carpal tunnel to avoid the appearance of weakness and atrophy in some muscles of the hand as well as clumsiness in handling objects. The operation consists carpal tunnel release the nerve and is performed both open or conventional manner, as by endoscopy. The pain after surgery disappears in a few days and the rest of the symptoms are decreasing in the short term, depending on the severity of the injury. In addition, carpal tunnel rehabilitation after surgery is necessary, by performing specific exercises hand movements or physiotherapy. ...
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that allows direct look inside joints and treat some lesions without opening the affected areas. Furthermore, arthroscopy allows faster patient recovery. To perform this surgery, video cameras, lenses small and small-caliber instruments that can be introduced into the joints without causing damage are used. Among the different types of arthroscopic elbow arthroscopy there, used to treat injuries such as epicondylitis or tennis elbow, elbow bursitis, sequelae of fractures, moderate stiffness, elbow synovitis and articular loose bodies. ...
Growth factors are proteins of multiple types, as cells that manufacture, which empelan by its regenerative and anti-inflammatory capacity. In practice trauma Growth Factors platelet derived for preventing and treating injuries its wide action in cells of various tissues are applied. ...
A hand fracture is a break in one or more of the bones of the hand (metacarpals and phalanges). The phalanges are the bones of the fingers, and the metacarpals form your knuckles and connect the hand to the wrist. The causes of a broken hand may be direct blows to the area, falls on the back of the hand or muscle stress. Symptoms of injury are pain in the hand, limb deformity, inability to move or bear weight difficulty, hand numbness, swelling ... Some hand fractures require the use of a splint or cast, and others need surgery. Generally, the patient can return to work or sports activities approximately six to eight weeks after the fracture. ...
Hand surgery includes various surgical to restore hand function without altering their aesthetic appeal procedures. It can be done for many reasons, including injuries are included in the hand, rheumatic changes in the structures of the hand, congenital deformities (present at birth) and infections. These include carpal tunnel syndrome and Dupuytren's contracture. Therefore, depending on the cause of the problem, you can perform skin grafts, immobilization of a fractured bone, tendon repair, joint replacement, relocation, surgical drainage, fasciotomy and repair of nerves in the hand (ulnar, median and radial). Damage to these nerves can cause decreased ability to move the hand and sensitivity. ...
Tendinitis is irritation and inflammation of the tendon, this is the structure that joins muscle to bone. Tendonitis wrist or hand is one of the most common and is an inflammation of the tendons is usually caused by a repetitive action that requires a joint overuse or a twist. The most obvious symptom is pain in the joint that can be reflected in the fingers and palmar area. The goal of treatment is to reduce pain and inflammation. For this, the affected area with a splint or cast artculación is immobilized. ...
The metatarsus consists of five bones metatarsals, listed from the medial aspect of the foot located at Tarsus. The metatarsals are some long bones consisting of a triangular prismatic body with three sides, top and side, and two ends, front and rear, the latter with five faces, of which three are joint (except 1 and 5, which only It has two). ...
Metatarsalgia is pain and inflammation caused by compression of the nerves located between the metatarsal bones of the feet. The injury may also occur by overloading the metatarsal heads. In any case, they cause a pain that intensifies when walking or support that area of the foot. Metatarsalgia can be caused by improperly fitting shoes, the overweight, aging, excessive or inadequate sports, or as a result of having the arched feet. The treatment for metatarsalgia is the administration of anti-inflammatories, ice in the area, rest, change or decrease the sport, and wear comfortable shoes. Surgery is only used in severe cases. ...
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that affects the joints and cartilage. Osteoarthritis causes an inability but it is difficult to cause disability. As cartilage progresses and disappear pain occurs, the bone reacts growing on the sides and causing a deformation. ...
The trigger finger is tendinitis affects the tendons that bend your fingers. When the tendon sheath becomes inflamed difficult to extension or flexion of the fingers affected, which may be blocked or suddenly skyrocket. No clear cause giving rise to the injury, but may be related to rheumatoid arthritis, gout or diabetes. The symptoms of trigger finger may start with a sore finger base and causes inflammation and swelling. Treatment of trigger finger is to eliminate compression of the tendon and allow full movement of the finger without discomfort. You can choose to use a splint or oral anti-inflammatory drugs. If these treatments do not work, you have to opt for surgery. ...
Wrist arthrodesis is a surgical procedure that involves fusing the joints of the hand artificially. This technique achieves the neighboring joints ordered to carry out the functions of the fist and palm. The aim of this operation is to relieve pain, slow the development of the disease, which causes correct deformities, and provide stability to the joint that has been damaged by arthritis or muscle weakness. Although wrist arthrodesis achieved a high degree of improvement in all these areas, it is possible that in some patients the difficulty lifting or doing certain movements keep persisting. Similarly, after the intervention is required recovery time in which the joint use will be limited. ...
Wrist arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique through small incisions in the skin, which allows access and treat both joint and soft tissue joint injuries. This intervention can diagnose and treat pathologies difficult to define today. Include the development of arthroscopy of the trapeze-metacarpal joint, which can address at an early stage of this joint degeneration. Also, you can treat injuries of ligaments and meniscus of the wrist and fractures. After removing the points physiotherapy treatment, which can last from two to four weeks it is needed. You may require the use of a rigid wristband discontinuous during that period. ...
The wrist fracture is common in young patients and in adults over 65 years. This type of failure occurs when the end of the radius, located right next to the wrist, is broken. In medical terms are often called distal radius fracture always occurs approximately one inch from the end of the bone and its causes may be different. One of the most common is the Colles fracture in which the broken fragment of the radius tilts up. There are also intra-articular fracture, which extends into the wrist;Extra-articular fracture, which does not extend inwards;open or open fracture when the fractured bone cross the skin and which must act quickly to prevent an infection; comminuted fracture where the bone is divided into more than two parts. ...
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