Archive for November, 2011

Trigger finger surgery recovery time – What can you expect ?

Thursday, November 24, 2011 2 comments

During trigger finger surgery recovery time and, since the hand is a sensitive part of your body, you may have mild to severe pain after surgery.

However, your surgeon can prescribe pain relievers to make you feel more comfortable.

Your hand will be prevented from moving during your trigger finger surgery recovery. How long trigger finger surgery recovery time will take and how soon you can go back to your normal activities depends on the type and extent of surgery and, how fast you heal.

Your surgeon may recommend physical and occupational therapy under the direction of a trained

More trigger finger recovery time information here..

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Trigger finger in children usually involves the thumb

Thursday, November 24, 2011 Leave a comment

Trigger finger in children refers to a difference in which the digit, almost exclusively the thumb, locks or catches when it’s flexed and extended.

Occasionally, parents will complain that their son or daughter cannot straighten out their finger or thumb.

The thumb is the involved finger most of the time with trigger finger in children. The parents may go on to say that they can straighten the finger out but they feel a small pop when they do so.

Trigger finger is a condition which is associated mostly with adults, but occasionally a child may be born with this condition. Often it

Read more about trigger finger in children here …

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Trigger Finger and Thumb Guide

Monday, November 21, 2011 Leave a comment

At Last ! An easy to follow guide to trigger finger and thumb…

“You don’t have to suffer
from severe trigger finger or thumb pain!”

Do any of these problems apply to you ?….

* When you try to straighten your finger, does it lock or catch before popping out straight causing you pain?

* Is the pain more pronounced in the morning, when firmly grasping an object or when straightening your finger?

* Do you have tenderness or a bump (nodule) at the base of the affected finger?

* Is your finger locked in a bent position, which you are unable to

Read more about the trigger finger and thumb guide here …

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