Trigger finger, or “stenosing tenosynovitis,” is a common condition that affects the tendons in the fingers, causing them to catch or lock when bending. At HSA, our skilled specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating trigger fingers, providing personalized care to help patients achieve pain relief and regain function.
Symptoms of trigger finger
Some of the most common trigger finger symptoms include the following:
- A popping or clicking sensation when moving the affected finger
- Pain or tenderness at the base of the finger or in the palm
- Stiffness in the affected finger, especially in the morning or after periods of inactivity
- Finger catching or locking in a bent position and then suddenly releasing
- In severe cases, the finger may become stuck in a bent position and require manual straightening