Treatment for Trigger Finger
I had posted a while back if anyone knew of a solution for Trigger Finger. One of the members had responded that they knew of an ointment that could provide relief. Please advise name and where it can be procured from.
Also if anyone else knows of any other remedies, please advise. more
Use a Cream called " OST SAFE" available with me... if require mail me at: Nitinbhasin@zetuswellness.com more
physiotherapy is the best option to cure trigger finger. u can visit at our clinic we can cure it. more
Mrs. Chayya Taparia. Thank you very much. I am hunbled by your Compliment. Best Regards. more
Thank you Mr. Raja. Your aim in life to help others and the coomunity is hundred pecent true. more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=959NFsh_LhwDo these exercises 3 times a day for 6 weeks. Also wear ring splint 24 hours a day except when preforming exercises. Physical therapy Because the mobility is locked as a result of specific tendon tightening, releasing the tension and then exercising the opposite action will help to elongate the finger. A transverse friction massage helps to break down the sheath and allows the finger to extend. This should be immediately followed by stretching the finger, either actively or passively to lengthen the tendon. Exercises should be specific to the motion opposite of gripping--extending the finger. This builds muscles to compensate for the gripping imbalance. Self-Massage Massaging the affected knuckle will facilitate blood flow to the area, which will lubricate the joint and prepare it for movement. With your affected finger in a comfortable position, begin to gently rub across the knuckle then rub in a circular motion. Continue the self-massage for two to three minutes and follow with range-of-motion exercises. You can massage with Olive Oil. more