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Why Do My Pinky Joints Lock
Trigger finger: It sounds like you have trigger fingers. A nodule may be trapping your fingers in the locked position. I recommend you visit a hand surgeon. He or she will treat you with NSAIDs or injections that will help eliminate the problem. Surgery may also be an option depending on your history. Good luck. http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00024 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal joint: Some individuals have joints that "crack" and is usually an inherited trait. It is usually a normal and benign condition that results from Nitrogen dissoved in the joint fluid (called synovial fluid) suddenly escaping with pressure developing within the joint with normal motion. With rapid escape of Nitrogen, you can hear a popping or cracking sound. ...Read more
I can't bend my fingers normally because the joints closest to my fingertips lock up. Why is this?
My fingers are swollen, and my wrist hurts whenever i move my fingers. Do you think its brockenwear them for?
Bad Habit.: You get used to it, hard to live without it. If you survive not doing it for 21 days by focusing on doing something else, you might be able to break the bad habit. Stretching might be a healthy habit to replace it with. ...Read more
?Trigger finger: Several things can cause painful triggering of a finger. The most common is a so called, "trigger" finger where your flexor tendon enlarges and can no longer slide smoothly through a tunnel at the base of your finger. Less common is a snapping extensor tendon or ligament. Try splinting the finger straight for a few weeks, if this does not help get it checked out. ...Read more
Arthritis or : Snapping hip syndrome (also referred to as coxa saltans, iliopsoas tendinitis, or dancer's hip) is a medical condition characterized by a snapping sensation felt when the hip is flexed and extended. This may be accompanied by an audible snapping or popping noise and pain or discomfort. Pain often decreases with rest and diminished activity. ...Read more
Gas being expelled: From the joint capsules is one reason. ...Read more
Cracking Shoulder: Painless snapping and cracking and popping in the Shoulder is not an uncommon thing with active people. If this causes repetitive pain or discomfort go see a Orthopaedic Shoulder Specialist so that X-rays and a proper exam can be performed. Many times therapy, an injection, and NSAIDS can be a simple solution for shoulder pain. Hope this helps. Take care. Joe Wilson. ...Read more
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Hereditary: Often, curled toes are hereditary. Other causes can be improper shoes and foot instability causing the toes to "clench" the floor. I wouldn't be concerned if they don't hurt, other than making good shoe choices. If you are having pain, see a podiatrist for treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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