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What is Trigger Finger?

The first indication is when your finger locks up throughout the evening and stays locked with finger pain and swelling in the morning. This is stenosing tenosynovitis, which is commonly called trigger finger. Trigger thumb, or texting thumb pertains to your thumb being your affected finger. Straightening your finger will produce a snap and agonizing pain with a burning sensation. Your middle and ring fingers are the most commonly triggered fingers. Thumbs and pinky fingers are also fairly common. Locking, finger movement, and pain are usually more severe in the morning due to curling your fingers into a fist while you sleep.

Trigger Finger Symptoms...

Is There Relief for Finger & Thumb Joint Pain?

There are many home remedies for finger pain. Finger treatment such as surgery can cure triggerfinger. Finger Comfort Kits reduce finger stiffness and pain. It relieves, soothes and prevents finger locking associated with stenosing tenosynovitis and

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. Avoid painful surgery and steroid injections.

Is There a Fix for Trigger Finger?

Comfort Kits™ allow you to sleep all night and wake up comfortably, with your fingers in an unlocked and pain free position. The Comfort Straps and Pads are lightweight and adjustable, enabling you to enjoy soothing relief from finger stiffness, pain and other Finger Symptoms.

Remedies and Treatments...

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Do Your Fingers Lock Up In The Morning?

Finger Comfort Kits will prevent all types of finger-locking conditions. Placing the kit on the affected fingers at night will provide you instant relief from locking. The kit can be adjusted according to your finger size for a snug fit. Wake up without having to unlock your fingers in the morning, sparing you agonizing finger joint pain and preventing further damage.

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