The cast was put on 11 days after surgery. They removed the bandage and stitches; then I chose to have a waterproof cast.
In this video, find out how that process went and about the pain level 11 days after the surgery for basal joint arthritis.
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Check out the other videos in this series/Playlist:
Basal Joint Arthritis Surgery! – Before Surgery:
Basal Joint Arthritis – After Surgery on Surgery Day:
First Week After Basal Joint Arthritis Surgery:
How I’m Doing with the Cast Following Basal Joint Arthritis Surgery:
The Removeable Splint & OT Following Basal Joint Arthritis Surgery:
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