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Finger injuries and diseases

by Alivia Nyhan

Finger injuries and diseases are a common occurrence, especially in athletes. The most common finger injury is a jammed finger, which occurs when the finger is bent backward or sideways. Jammed fingers can be extremely painful and may require surgery to repair. Other common finger injuries include fractures, dislocations, and sprains.

Finger injuries and diseases can also be caused by diseases such as arthritis. Arthritis is a degenerative disease that causes the joints to become inflamed and can eventually lead to the loss of cartilage. Arthritis can be excruciating, making it difficult to move the affected joints. Treatment for arthritis often includes medication, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery.

Some common finger injuries and diseases:

Thumb pain: Thumb pain can be caused by several things, including arthritis, tendonitis, or plain old overuse. If you’re experiencing thumb pain, you must see a doctor get a proper diagnosis. Depending on the cause of your pain, several different treatment options are available.

Pain in the fingers: Pain in the fingers of the hands and feet is a common symptom of arthritis. The pain is caused by the inflammation of the small joints in the fingers. Arthritis can also cause the fingers to become stiff, making it difficult to move them.

Toe pain: Toe pain causes could be any number of things. It could be the result of an injury, an infection, or a disease. It could also be a side effect of a medication you’re taking or a symptom of something more serious, like diabetes.

Wounds between the toes: Wounds between the toes are especially prone to infection because of the moisture and friction between them. The most common toe injury is a stubbed toe, which usually heals independently.

Pain in the little finger: Pain in the little finger of the foot can be caused by several things. The most common is Morton’s neuroma, which is a nerve disorder. Other causes include arthritis, gout, and diabetes.

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