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Is there any help for trigger finger?

Is there any help for trigger finger?

Yes: Splinting ( especially at night ), steroid injection into the tendon sheath and surgical release. These are in increasing order of success with surgery being almost 100% successful. ...Read more

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Trigger Finger (Definition)

Trigger finger is a common disorder of later adulthood characterized by catching, snapping or locking of the involved finger flexor tendon, associated with dysfunction and pain. A disparity in size between the flexor tendon and the surrounding retinacular pulley system, most commonly at the level of the first annular (a1) pulley, results in difficulty flexing ...Read more


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What are the tests for trigger finger?

What are the tests for trigger finger?

Physical examination: Trigger finger is caused when the space between the flexor tendon and the tendon sheath (tunnel) becomes tight. It becomes difficult to bend the finger and it may become stuck, either in flexion (bent) or extension (straight). This can be seen on physical exam. Typically the hand is tender over the horizontal crease in the hand. This is more common in diabetics. ...Read more

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Painless trigger finger . is that alarming?

Trigger fingers : Come in different grades. From mild pain with no catching. To locked fingers that do not hurt. If there is a slight click and no pain you may decide not to do anything after you see your doctor as long as the diagnosis is verified. Having a slight painless trigger finger is a common finding ...Read more

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What do I do for artists and trigger finger in mythimb?

What do I do for artists and trigger finger in mythimb?

Do U mean U=artist?: There r 2 things that can b done besides nothing. An injection helps quite a few, but most need a surgical release of the tendon sheath. If u mean arthritis ; a trigger thumb, the treatment 4 trigger is the same, but depending on where the arthritis is, it is treated as a separate condition. ...Read more

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Is the surgery for trigger finger recommended?

Is the surgery for trigger finger recommended?

Sometimes: Surgery has excellent results in relieving trigger finger. occasionally patients will respond to conservative management such as steroid injections and do not require further treatment. Patients with diabetes generally do not respond as well from injections and require surgery more often than those without diabetes. Other options include endoscopic and percutaneous release. ...Read more

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Could you advise me on a "trigger finger" operation?

Could  you advise me on a "trigger finger" operation?

See a hand surgeon: Trigger finger symptoms can be bothersome and progressive. While many will resolve with steroid injection alone, some require surgical release. The a1 pulley is the structure that is released in this procedure allowing the tendon to glide freely. ...Read more

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What is myofasial release? How is it used for trigger finger, if at all?

What is myofasial release? How is it used for trigger finger, if at all?

OMT Technique: Myofascial release is an osteopathic manipulative treatment used by dos to relieve strain/restriction in muscle & its surrounding tissue (fascia). Strain keeps the tissue "stuck" in 1 position, making it harder to move in that position. Different ways to do it. It is often done by moving the tissue the way it wants to go, which in turn frees up the strain. Can be used to treat most restrictions. ...Read more

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Is trigger finger genetic?

Is trigger finger genetic?

Genetics/epigenetics: Play role in so much that we go through throughout life however even as we know a lot there's much we don't know. In general there's not a preponderance of evidence to suggest the trigger finger is genetic but there's some people who seem to get them more people come in talking about family members all the time The hard part is like arthritis it's common so everyone's grand mother has/had it. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of trigger finger?

How can I get rid of trigger finger?

Try this: Otc meds such as Motrin if tolerated and splint the finger so the middle joint can't move and do this for a couple of days. If no better than see your doc for a cortisone shot. ...Read more

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Will acupuncture help my trigger finger?

Will acupuncture help my trigger finger?

Not Sure?: Acupuncture is usually helpful for relieving pain. While trigger fingers do hurt, the pain is coming from the mechanical irritation of the tendon. Acupuncture is unlikely to help this type of pain. You usually need an anti-inflammatory pill or injection. ...Read more

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Celecoxib (Definition)

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