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I have a slightly crooked finger joint due to an accident a few years back. Will wearing a splint fix it?
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Dr. Mark Einbecker
Surgery - Hand Surgery
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In brief: No
At this stage of the game i doubt any splinting will help and a consult with a hand doc could offer you some treatment options if you were looking to fix the problem.

In brief: No
At this stage of the game i doubt any splinting will help and a consult with a hand doc could offer you some treatment options if you were looking to fix the problem.
Dr. Mark Einbecker
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
In brief: Not likely
The distortion you see in your finger is likely permanent.
The finger & its supportive ligaments/joints have accepted the new normal as the finger you have.A splint might have helped if applied @ or near the time of the injury. An evaluation by a hand specialist or orthopedist might give you an idea if surgery/controlled refracture/pinning might help.

In brief: Not likely
The distortion you see in your finger is likely permanent.
The finger & its supportive ligaments/joints have accepted the new normal as the finger you have.A splint might have helped if applied @ or near the time of the injury. An evaluation by a hand specialist or orthopedist might give you an idea if surgery/controlled refracture/pinning might help.
Dr. James Ferguson
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