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Symptomology of Trigger Finger
Learn about the signs, symptoms and treatment for Trigger Finger Syndrome.

The Signs and Symptoms of Trigger Finger syndrome
Is your finger snapping, jerking or "catching" - causing you severe pain and dysfunction? If so, then you may be suffering from the effects of Trigger Finger Syndrome.

Trigger Finger Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
There are many types of treatment for Trigger Finger or Trigger Thumb but conservative treatment is the option you should always try first.

Putting a Stop to Trigger Finger Injury Pain
Stop suffering and learn simple, effective steps to eliminating trigger finger syndrome, also known as stenosing tenosynovitis or flexor tendonitis.

   

Trigger Finger Treatments - Making the Best Choice
Trigger Finger is often painless and annoying, but in more severe cases, the condition can be quite painful and downright debilitating, impeding the ability to participate in simple everyday tasks.

Eliminating Trigger Thumb
Trigger thumb is a common repetitive strain injury that can cause significant impairment in hand strength, dexterity, and daily functioning.  The condition is characterized by pain and catching in the thumb, and it can result in difficulty performing everyday tasks. 

Trigger Finger Reaching Epidemic Proportions in 2007
Repetitive strain injuries, including the most recognizable disorder known as carpal tunnel syndrome, are still here in the 2007 despite the so-called “ergonomic age”.

Trigger Finger - It it Really All That Common?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is the most widely recognized form of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), but Trigger Finger is catching up fast, becoming all too common
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Trigger Finger - What Is It?
Trigger Finger is a form of overuse injury with symptoms ranging from a painless annoyance with occasional snapping/jerking of the finger(s), to severe dysfunction and pain.

Trigger Finger Surgery
Trigger finger surgery is one option for treating trigger finger, the painful malady that results from repetitive strain on the hand, wrist, and fingers. Trigger finger occurs when tendons deteriorate and swell, thereby getting stuck in the joint tunnel. This process leads to painful catching and clicking, which are often the first signs of disorder.

Trigger Finger Treatments
Finger trigger is a repetitive strain condition that is caused when an inflamed tendon gets caught in a joint tunnel in the hand. Painful, uncomfortable, and downright debilitating, the condition can impede the ability to participate in simple everyday tasks. Although surgery is one potential treatment option, it is important to understand the full range of interventions that are available to treat trigger finger.

Trigger Finger
Trigger finger is the painful result of a repetitive strain injury to the hand. The fingers in the hand move via tendons that facilitate bending, grasping, and pinching. These tendons move through tunnels, which can become irritated and inflamed with excessive use. When irritated, these tendons swell and the tunnels that facilitate movement grow smaller. This in turn causes pain and catching during finger movements.

Trigger Thumb
Trigger thumb is a common repetitive strain injury that can cause significant impairment in hand strength, dexterity, and daily functioning. The condition is characterized by pain and catching in the thumb, and it can result in difficulty performing everyday tasks. Although there are many organic causes of trigger thumb, environmental factors (e.g., workplace conditions and job demands) usually play a significant role.