don’t have to be a gun-toting cowboy to be diagnosed
with finger trigger. Trigger finger is a locking of the
finger that may or may not cause pain. The common
condition is called trigger finger because the finger of
a person with trigger finger is bent as if about to pull
a trigger. If you have rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes
and are more than 40 years old, you are at risk to
develop trigger finger symptoms.
Trigger finger symptoms are caused by an inflammation of the
synovial sheath, which is the area near the tendons.
Some experts believe an enlarged tendon causes finger trigger
issues. Trigger finger may occur in one or more fingers
at the same time.
The Arthritis Strategy Pack is a safe and effective
finger trigger treatment that quickly reduces pain and
inflammation without the side effects associated with
NSAIDs and other medication remedy methods.
Arthritin is a specially blended supplement designed to
complement the body's natural ability to provide fast,
safe and effective comfort. This formula combines
anti-inflammatory herbs and homeopathic ingredients to
increase mobility while reducing the burn of target
The key to this
trigger finger treatment
is Buffer pH to balance pH levels in the body. An
imbalanced pH effects all cellular activity, which can
lead to a whole host of degenerative diseases and
symptoms. An overly acidic body can inhibit the exchange
of nutrients and waste products in your muscle cells and
can also cause muscles to constrict. Muscle fatigue,
soreness and poor recovery follow.
If you have health problems, you are most likely acidic
and unless the body's pH is balanced, the body cannot
effectively heal itself. So, no matter how you choose to
take care of your health problem, it won't be effective
until the pH level is balanced.
While Arthritin addresses the immediate pain and
inflammation reduction needs, Buffer pH works to address
the root cause of symptoms.
Once trigger finger symptoms develop, you might feel a
painful snapping or locking of the finger or thumb.
Remember, some people experience a pain free case of
trigger finger but most people feel pain when the tendon
sheath becomes inflamed and swells. When your trigger
finger symptoms progress, your finger or thumb may
become locked in a bent position.
You may notice your finger trigger is swollen and there may be a
bump over the joint in the palm of the hand if you have
People who are involved in repetitive tasks that involve
use of tools or people who grasp objects for a long time
are at higher risk of developing finger trigger.
People with trigger finger can receive treatment to
reduce swelling. Your doctor may tell you to rest and
take aspirin or ibuprofen for the pain. Treatment of
trigger finger may also involve splinting the extended
finger for up to six weeks.
your trigger finger is still causing you extreme pain
after less aggressive treatments, your doctor may opt to
administer a steroid injection in the tendon sheath.
Splinting or an injection cures trigger finger 80
percent of the cases.
The next step is to restrict movement of the joint with
a splint to help cure trigger finger. You may take
anti-inflammatory medications, which can be administered
directly into the tendon sheath, to reduce pain and
Non-surgical treatment is usually the best option for
treating trigger finger unless your finger or thumb is
in a locked position. Surgery is a last resort for
people with trigger finger whose finger or thumb
stubbornly remains in a locked position. If you have to
undergo surgery for your trigger finger, it will most
likely be done on an outpatient basis under a local
anesthetic. After surgery for your trigger finger you
may need hand therapy.
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