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Kyle Seager undergoes surgery, now what?-Dr. Patel

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Kyle Seager of the Seattle Mariners has successfully undergone surgery to repair a tendon in his tendon and will be out for 10- 12 weeks. He injured his hand after diving awkwardly for a ball last week.

It has been reported that he had surgery for an “extensor tendon” in his finger. These injuries occur in athletes from forceful disruption of the tendon from the bone. They most commonly occur at the joint at the tip of the finger or at the second joint from the tip of the finger. These are usually treated without surgery with a splint unless the injury causes deformity in the finger despite splinting or if the original injury cut through the skin.
Surgery involves anchoring the tendon back to bone and starting protected range of motion depending on the quality of the tissue. Most patients can expect to have some stiffness even after a prolonged course of therapy.
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Amar A. Patel, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in hand, wrist, and elbow. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and obtained his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he learned advances techniques in traumatic and sports- related injuries. He completed advanced training in hand and upper extremity surgery at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center. Dr. Patel currently practices at the South County Orthopaedic Specialists in Orange County, California. He is an avid sports fan and has been a fantasy sports participant for over 15 years.

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