VIDEO TIP: Armaid and Trigger Finger or Stenosing Tenosynovitis
This short video tip from Terry is for anyone experiencing arm pain from Trigger Finger, also known as Triggering or Stenosing Tenosynovitis. This is a condition in which one or more fingers get stuck in a bent position. Symptoms include stiffness, a popping or clicking sensation, and tenderness in the affected digit, due to a tendon being inflamed. We have heard that triggering is usually worse first thing in the morning.
This inflammation may be caused by repetitive use of a triggering action, or by diabetes, arthritis, or a neurological condition. Armaid can be helpful if the condition is caused by repetitive motion.