Surgery treatment for trigger finger
In moderate cases, conservative treatment, including rest, a splint, and anti-inflammatory medication, can be very effective: a cortisone injection is sometimes recommended.
The surgical option is quite simple, consisting in two tiny incisions, under local anesthesia, to release the ligament in the tunnel at the base of the locked finger.
Relief is usually immediate. The area will be sore for a few weeks. Therapy will be required for severe cases where the wrist joint has become stiff.
Endoscopic treatment of trigger finger
The procedure takes just a few minutes and consists in two tiny incisions and a microscopic camera and endoscope to release the ligament causing the locking of the finger.
Unlike conventional methods, which require recovery time of 6 to 8 weeks, endoscopic treatment allows for full recovery in just 48 hours. The results are immediate and lasting.
- Local anaesthesia
- Procedure performed in just minutes
- Minimal discomfort
- No stitches required, no scarring
- No bandage required
- Use of hand in 24 hours
- Full recovery in 48 hours
- Several fingers and both hands can be treated in a single appointment
- Safe and proven – hundreds of patients operated on with a success rate of over 95%
- Immediate relief of symptoms and pain
- Minimal discomfort, low risk of complications
- Very short recovery time
- No post-operative care required
DIRECT IMPACT ON YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE
- Back to work more quickly
- Rapid resumption of hobbies and sports
- Minimizes loss of income