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It is a condition in which a finger gets stuck in a bent position and then snaps straight.
Yes. Most individuals respond well to physiotherapy treatment and the aim of treatment is to reduce associated pain and inflammation.
Age – it usually shows up between ages 40 and 60.
Medical conditions like diabetes, gout, and rheumatoid arthritis
A painful clicking or snapping when you bend or straighten your finger.
Stiffness in your finger, especially in the morning
Soreness or a bump at the base of the finger or thumb.
A popping or clicking as you move your finger
A locked finger that you can’t straighten
Pain is worse in the morning, when you grasp something firmly and when you try to straighten your finger
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