Trigger finger, otherwise called stenosing tenosynovitis, is a painful disorder that makes your fingers catch or lock when you bend them. This condition can affect any finger or more than one finger at a time. A person can also have it in both hands. In addition, pain resulting from this condition can occur in the palm of the hand or knuckles. Trigger finger gets its name due to the popping sound made by the affected finger when moved. In most cases, the ring finger or thumb is affected.
Typical Treatment for Trigger Finger
Treatment for trigger finger depends on how severe the symptoms are. Most of the time, the patient will start with:
– Rest. Patient may need to take time away from the activity that’s causing the problem. Try not to move the finger or thumb.
– Splints. Your doctor can give you one designed to keep the affected finger still.
– Stretching exercises. These gentle moves may ease stiffness and improve range of motion.
If the above initial remedies fail then your doctor may suggest over-the-counter drugs that fight inflammation. Steroid injections might also be given. It can keep your symptoms at bay for a year or so, but you could need two shots to get results and there are no guarantees for lasting results.
There is a Better Way to Deal with Trigger Finger
While a patient can try conventional ways to address trigger finger, these treatment don’t guarantee success. Fortunately, there is a better solution to this painful condition.
ANF Therapy offers lasting solution to pain and inflammation using ANF discs strategically placed in the body and affected areas. These discs are applied on the skin and don’t contain any chemical or organic substances.
Amino Neuro Frequency Therapy not only deals with symptoms but also takes into account the underlying cause. After the initial ANF treatment, patients can see their therapist only every 7-14 days. When the inflammation is removed and body restored, the discs are no longer needed and rehabilitation can begin.
Before and After ANF Therapy
Read below a patient’s experience with ANF Therapy and how her trigger finger and sciatic problems were addressed:
“This is a continuation of an earlier post:
Patient came to clinic with trigger finger and sciatic problems which had afflicted her for years. She had surgery done on both her hands previously and although it eased off some of her pain and numbness, she was still unable to clench her fists.
See (video above) how in less than 30 minutes of ANF Therapy, she was able to close her fists much better than before. And this was only her first session.
In subsequent treatments, with our unique combo of chiropractic, ANF Therapy and various other therapies, we were able to help her even further, alleviating her hand issues and sciatic pain till they were almost all gone.
So if you or someone you know suffers from trigger finger, carpal tunnel or sciatica, share this post with them. Let them know that help is available.”
– via Dr Andrew Ching, Chiropractor @Arc of Life Chiropractic SG
You Need Not Live in Pain
ANF Therapy helps reduce injuries, pain, pulse, stress, and cramps. Apart from these benefits, users of Amino Neuro Frequency Therapy can enjoy efficient muscle building, faster immune system regeneration, quality sleep, and improved red blood cells production.
Please contact ANF Therapy if you want to know more about this treatment and how it can help you address hand pain and other complications.