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Kienbock's disease
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I've recently seen a hand specialist because of my issues after having had bilateral carpal tunnel releases. Had x-rays and I have been diagnosed with Kienbock's disease. I have been trying to educated myself on this and was wondering if anyone on here has it and how they are coping with it? Thanks ahead of time.
Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.
 
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nauticalgurl1 Wrote:I've recently seen a hand specialist because of my issues after having had bilateral carpal tunnel releases. Had x-rays and I have been diagnosed with Kienbock's disease. I have been trying to educated myself on this and was wondering if anyone on here has it and how they are coping with it? Thanks ahead of time.

Here is a website I found on it, if I were you I would keep doing what you are doing trying found out as much as you can. Someone will be along soon that might be able to help. hang in there

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kienbock%27s_disease

You will have cut and paste I think to get to it, still learning how to do all this stuff, sorry
 
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Thanks, but that was already one of the sites I've visited.... Was more interested if there was anyone on the board that has this and how they are dealing with it. To tell you the truth, I'm scared of the idea of having to have the "dead bones" removed from the wrists and making me worse off than I already am.
Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.
 
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Nauticalgur, it's only my opinion, but even though your DX is Kienbock's disease at this time, I would like to tell you to also give this carpal tunnel issue, a good year to fully heal up. I'm saying this, for at one time I was DX with Babinski Sign before and after my neck surgeries. After about a year or two later, it simply just went away. Some things take time. But, for now, here is a web link, to link you with others that do have Kienbock's disease. I do wish you luck, and hope this goes away for you.

http://www.kienbock.com/
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