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Which treatment works the best and fastest for tenosynovitis?

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Dr. Jeffrey Sider
Sports Medicine
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In brief: Ice, rest, nsaids

Try to limit use of the hand as much as possible especially with computer work.
Try ice and nsaids to decrease the swelling and tenderness. If the finger is actually locking, it may be necessary to get a local cortisone injection or even a surgical release.

In brief: Ice, rest, nsaids

Try to limit use of the hand as much as possible especially with computer work.
Try ice and nsaids to decrease the swelling and tenderness. If the finger is actually locking, it may be necessary to get a local cortisone injection or even a surgical release.
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