Physicians Rehabilitation Provides Trigger Finger Treatment  Trigger Finger Treatment

Trigger finger treatment is one of our specialties at Physicians Rehabilitation, a trusted provider of advanced musculoskeletal care in communities throughout Florida. We take a unique approach to orthopedics that focuses on avoiding traditional surgery and narcotic use through a combination of advanced, evidence-based conservative methods.

What is trigger finger?

Trigger finger, or stenosing tenosynovitis, is a condition where a finger becomes fixed in a bent position. The finger may sharply straighten or bend back into position, similar to a trigger being pulled. Trigger finger may develop if the tendon sheath in the affected finger become inflamed or irritated as a result of frequent gripping and use of the hands. Certain health conditions, such as diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis, may also contribute to trigger finger.

How is trigger finger treated?

Trigger finger treatment will vary based on the severity of the tendon sheath inflammation and the patient’s overall health. At Physicians Rehabilitation, we tailor our treatment plans to achieve the best possible outcomes for each patient. Some of our trigger finger treatment options include non-narcotic medication, physical therapy, splinting, and steroid injection. As our patient, you can be assured that your physician will provide you with all the information you need to make informed decisions about your care.

Contact Physicians Rehabilitation today to learn more about our trigger finger treatment options and how we can help you find lasting relief from your symptoms. We would be happy to provide you with a no-cost consultation, during which our team will answer any questions you may have about our treatments, physicians, and accepted insurances.