While physicians aren’t clear on the exact causes, sometimes muscle-attaching tendons or synovium membranes inside fingers and thumbs swells. When they do, the condition is called trigger finger or tenosynovitis. Find out more about causes and treatments.
Causes & Triggers
- Repetitive use
- Unknown factors
Signs & Symptoms
- Inability to straighten finger or thumb
Tips & Treatments
- Consult an orthopedic hand specialist for proper diagnosis and treatment.