Surgical Solutions Network
20 Wynford Dr Suite 103B
Toronto, ON M3C 1J4
Phone: (866) 857-6069
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Trigger Finger Surgery
Trigger finger (also known as stenosing tenosynovitis) is a condition of the hand that causes the thumb or fingers to lock or click during flexion movements. There is often associated swelling of the affected finger and pain in the palm.
Trigger finger is often caused by repeated movements or forceful use of the finger or the thumb but can also develop spontaneously without cause. It can sometimes be associated with conditions that cause inflammation or thickening of finger tendons, such as rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes. If nonsurgical treatments such as anti-inflammatory measures, splinting, and physical therapy fail, consider private trigger finger release surgery in Canada at Surgical Solutions Network.
Trigger Finger Surgery With Surgical Solutions Network
Patients from across Canada and all over the world choose Surgical Solutions for trigger finger surgery. Our fellowship-trained surgeons have years of experience and a commitment to excellence in performing this and other hand and wrist procedures. Our modern facility and patient-centred philosophy will ensure you have a positive, rewarding experience.
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What Is the Goal of Trigger Finger Release Surgery?
A tight ligament can cause the finger flexor tendon to become inflamed due to friction. This surgery corrects the symptoms of trigger finger, which are:
- Pain and swelling of the finger or thumb
- A clicking, locking, or stiff sensation in the finger or thumb when attempting to move it
What To Expect With Trigger Finger Release Surgery
Trigger finger release surgery is performed using local anaesthesia. The surgeon releases a band of tissue through a small incision in the palm of the hand, thereby restoring the normal, painless motion of the affected digit.
What Happens During Recovery After Trigger Finger Surgery?
Full functional recovery from trigger finger release surgery usually takes approximately 4 to 6 weeks. During this time, the small incision in the palm is allowed to heal and strengthen. Finger motion and strength are restored by independently performing hand exercises at home, with physical therapy rarely required after this procedure.
Next Steps: Book Your Trigger Finger Surgery Consultation
If you are ready to discuss your trigger finger surgery needs with our surgeons, contact us using our online form to learn more and request a consultation today. To discover your health options, your patient advisor will discuss:
- Your medical history
- Incision techniques
- Potential risks and complications