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Trigger Finger

Posted 9th of November, 2015

Trigger finger can occur when one or more of the tendons that bend your finger has thickened or enlarged.  It then has trouble moving through a pulley. This can result in locking of the finger in a bent position and pain when trying to straighten the finger. Splinting can be an effective treatment for this condition as it allows the inflammation to settle and the tendon to reduce in size.

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