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Trigger Finger Treatment Avoids Surgery

Trigger Finger Treatment Avoids Surgery

Trigger Finger Treatment Program

Examples of:

  1. Ultrasound Guided Approach
  2. Nerve Release Techniques

Patient Background

Today, we did a follow up visit on a patient who came to us because they were suffering from finger flexor stenosing tenosynovitis, also known as trigger finger.

Innovative New Technique

We were able to complete his procedure using a relatively new, and innovative technique. This involves using an ultrasound rather than making an incision and cutting open the hand to see the tendon. We use a closed technique where we can see the tendon under ultrasound. And we were able to cut away the bands of scar tissue and adhesions that were causing the tendon to lock up.

Positive Outcome

It is now three months after the procedure and the patient is 100% symptom free.

So we give this case study because it shows an example of treatment alternatives for a patient who is suffering from trigger finger or any nerve pain, using the latest technologies that allow us to avoid making an incision.

Trigger Finger Pain Treatment Program Case Studies Dr. Magaizner

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Using ultrasound guidance we can see a tendon and its surrounding scar tissue. Using a fine surgical instrument we can frequently break up the scar tissue and release the tendon.

Dr. Edward Magaziner has dedicated his career to helping people with pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. His focus is to use state of the art and innovative treatments to alleviate these problems. He is well known around the country in his field and is considered by many one of the top treating physicians in this region.

Disclaimer:

Website case studies are provided for educational and evaluational purposes of the available treatments offered by our office. It is important to note that although Dr. E. Magaziner has a high rate of success treating patients, there is no guarantee of a positive outcome given the variables relative to each case and individual being treated.

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