Trigger Finger


Recent evidence from the May 2014 European HANGUIDE Groupe supports the use of orthoses (splints), corticosteroid injections, a combination of the two, or surgery if conservative treatment does not work. Most trigger fingers can be managed with local injections, splinting, and guidance in healthy tendon exercises from your therapist before surgery becomes an option.

Our Certified Hand Therapist can create a custom made orthosis (splint) for you to wear for an average of 6 weeks to decrease the irritation around the tendon sheath and calm down your symptoms.

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I tore my groin very bad playing hockey. I did a lot of research and chose Dr. Anne-Marie Fox for some IMS therapy. I went for 3 applications and the healing ...

- Carter Einhorn
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