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Joints and Cartilage

Recurrent pain in finger joints are often warning signs of joint disease that should not be ignored under any circumstances.
Joints and Cartilage

Hardly any other joints in our body are subjected to such intensive daily stress as those of the hand and fingers. Pain in finger joints after a long day of work can be warning signals of a serious joint disease that should not be ignored under any circumstances. Often it is an arthrosis, for example, saddle joint arthrosis is one of the most common arthroses in the human body. If conservative therapy is exhausted, resection arthroplasty (we use the Lundborg technique) may be necessary here.

But other joints in the hand area can also wear out and require therapy. Here, individually tailored therapy concepts are applied. These can include immobilization, injections of hyaluron or cortisone, but also the latest procedures such as ACP(PRP)/own blood and own fat injections. Of course, surgical procedures up to joint replacement, especially for the finger joints, the so-called PIP joints, are also part of our spectrum. Here, prostheses, as they are also used for the knee joint, have proven their worth.

In the case of recurring or constant pain or external signs such as redness and/or swelling of a joint, an examination by a hand specialist should definitely be carried out. Here, it must first be determined where exactly the pain is located and what exactly the cause of the pain is. No treatment should take place beforehand. It is not uncommon for arthritis, for example, to be misinterpreted as tendonitis, which can have serious consequences.

Our
Service Range

Joint capsulitis
In joint capsulitis, the joint lining is inflamed. It occurs either acutely or runs chronically.
Rheumatism and gout
Gout is a metabolic disease in which joints can become severely inflamed when too much uric acid is deposited in these parts of the body.
Cartilage damage
Cartilage damage is often caused by a previous injury, such as a fracture or torn ligament between the carpal bones.
Finger and wrist arthrosis
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease in which the cartilage layer is chronically damaged and gradually destroyed by wear and tear.

Current Contributions
from MHAND

MHAND hand expert Dr. Elias Volkmer has once again been awarded with the PRIMO MEDICO seal in 2020. This means that Dr. Volkmer continues to be an official member of the network, which to date has more than one hundred medical specialists in various fields from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
On 01 January 2021, MHEAD, a practice for ear, nose and throat medicine, will open on the premises of MCLINIC. Prof. Dr. Eike Krause and Dr. Peter Fessler, two very experienced and renowned specialists who together offer almost all services of modern ENT medicine with different specializations.
Starting in January 2021, a special consultation hour for jaw necrosis will be offered at MFACE. Every Tuesday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., patients can attend the free consultation hour at MFACE I Maxillofacial Center for the prevention or treatment of bisphosphonate-, drug- or radiation-associated necrosis of the jaw (BRONJ, MRONJ, ORN).

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OPENING HOURS

Our opening hours are Monday to Thursday from 08:00 - 12:00 or 14:00 - 18:00, and Fridays from 08:00 to 13:00. Appointments by reservation.

CONTACT

You can reach us by phone during the indicated opening hours at +49 (0)89 8292 4488 or at any time by e-mail with the addresses of the respective departments.

HOW TO FIND US

You can reach us by car and by local and long-distance public transport. Our premises are conveniently located near the Munich-Pasing train station.

MCLINIC

MCLINIC | Interdisciplinary Medical Center
München
Am Schützeneck 8
81241 München

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