Undergoing Tenolysis Surgery To Correct Trigger Finger
It's no secret that as you grow older, your body starts developing a few quirks and minor malfunctions. Although many of these smaller issues are simply inconveniences, others can progress into more serious medical disorders that can restrict your daily functioning. Trigger finger, for example, begins as moderate stiffness in one or more of your fingers, but it can worsen until your finger is stuck in a permanently bent position. Although it can be managed without surgical intervention, many cases of trigger finger require a form of orthopedic surgery known as tenolysis to restore a full range of motion.