Trigger Finger

Trigger finger or trigger thumb, also called stenosing tenosynovitis, is a condition in which your finger gets temporarily stuck in a bent position, as if squeezing a trigger. It may happen in any finger. Your finger may straighten with a pop, like a trigger being released. People with certain medical conditions, such as Diabetes, are more likely to be affected.

We provide non-surgical treatment options for mild cases of trigger finger, including anti-inflammatory medication and steroid injections. We also provide surgical treatment when trigger finger is more severe, such as tendon release surgery.

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