Trigger Finger Treatment - Shockwave & Active Release Technique

Trigger Finger is a frustrating condition that results in one or more fingers getting stuck in the closed position. Inflammation, typically from overuse (gripping, typing, mouse) narrows the space in the tendon sheath causing the tendon to get “stuck”.

Many times this condition is treated with steroid injections, if not successful, it may result in surgery.

#activehealth is offering an alternative treatment. The combination of #shockwavetherapy and #activerelease therapy has proven to be an effective alternative to injections. Call today to see if you are a candidate for treatment. 203-283-5404
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