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Are some people more prone to getting finger pain?
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Finger pain
Common causes of finger pain include injury or trauma, such as bending your finger backward (hyperextension) or from repetitive use, such as long periods of keyboarding.
More serious conditions, such as diabetes or a neck or spinal cord injury, can also cause pain or a burning sensation in your fingers. Sore joints in the fingers may be caused by arthritis, inflammation, and age-related wear.

In brief: Finger pain
Common causes of finger pain include injury or trauma, such as bending your finger backward (hyperextension) or from repetitive use, such as long periods of keyboarding.
More serious conditions, such as diabetes or a neck or spinal cord injury, can also cause pain or a burning sensation in your fingers. Sore joints in the fingers may be caused by arthritis, inflammation, and age-related wear.
Dr. Michael Fisher
Dr. Michael Fisher
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Dr. Todd Sisto
Breast Surgery
In brief: Yes
If you mean arthritis which has a genetic factor.

In brief: Yes
If you mean arthritis which has a genetic factor.
Dr. Todd Sisto
Dr. Todd Sisto
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