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    What to Expect with Trigger Finger Surgery

    October 21, 2020 at 2:32 pm · · 0 comments

    What to Expect with Trigger Finger Surgery

    Trigger finger (AKA stenosing tenosynovitis) causes a curled finger position. It hurts when your hand is in use and when also it is not. Additionally, buttoning clothes and grabbing a coffee mug can be a challenge. Therefore, for some people, trigger finger surgery is necessary. But, who is a candidate?

    Top Hand & Elbow Injuries

    June 17, 2020 at 6:05 pm · · 0 comments

    Top Hand & Elbow Injuries

    Accidents can happen. In fact, anyone can fall onto an outstretched arm. However, most commonly, elbow injuries and hand injuries occur when playing sports or when someone trips. The act of falling on your arm in this way can fracture the wrist. Injuries to your wrist and elbow can happen for other reasons too. Your technique can be off, or you may overdo an exercise one day. Maybe you are just not in as good of shape as you thought. The good news, you can prevent these problems!

    Is My Finger Broken?

    June 3, 2020 at 7:00 pm · · 0 comments

    Is My Finger Broken?

    How to Tell if Your Finger is Broken

    Your fingers allow you to touch, grasp, and experience the world, every day. However, a broken finger is very common. In fact, the fingers are the most commonly injured part of the hand. Therefore, anything from bruises, finger sprains to broken bones is possible. Your knuckles are the joints that form between finger bones. And when trauma occurs, they are easily dislocated.

    How to Spot a Jammed Finger

    January 9, 2020 at 10:04 pm · · 0 comments

    How to Spot a Jammed Finger

    A jammed finger is a common injury. It happens more often with athletes but can happen to anyone. Basketball and volleyball players are the most susceptible. The fingers are at risk when reaching for balls in these cases.