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Lorraine Ross

Trigger Finger

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No. First of all you need to detect where it stuck. Ask to do repetitive movements slowly and palpate tendon. You will feel the click or with your pressure it stops to move. After that work on thenar muscles (use regular approach we discussed), address periosteum of 1st metacarpal bone and phalanx and concentrate on the area where tendon stuck under the pulley. Friction along the tendon+Cross fiber friction+stretch affected part along and after that in perpendicular direction to the tendon between your thumbs+ passive stretch of thumb along the axis and in extension during exhalations

Dr. Ross Turchaninov

 

Edited by Dr. Ross Turchaninov

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