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Distortion of the fingers

The distortions of the fingers are usually the 1st or 2nd degree, and most frequently affecting the 4th and 5th finger. They produce intense pain immediately but it drops a few minutes after the injury, allowing resumption of operation. The cause of articular limitation is most often given by swelling, almost always present. Usually it is applied a bandage for a few days but if there’s a high grade of instability the asset will have longer life and then you can begin rehabilitation.

The first phase of the rehabilitation program is focused on the control of pain and inflammation with physical therapies (laser and ultrasound in water) and ice in glass on the sore, and on the recovery of the physiological ROM even at extreme degrees with passive and active mobilizations.

After reaching the full range of motion it is possible to progress to the second stage with the aim of globally strengthening the muscles of wrist and hand with ballast, retinas and clamp type objects, the forearm and shoulder stabilizers with elastic.

The therapeutic program ends with the last phase on the sports field with the aim of recovering the gripping ability and dexterity through a specific proprioceptive work and exercises such as ball on the wall, pushups even with Bobath and unstable surfaces balloons, launch and gripping of objects until you get progressively to the resumption of the sport specific gesture with focus on disciplines that require the involvement of the upper limb and hand. Sometimes, especially in the early stages of the sport shooting is useful anchor the injured finger to an adjacent one.

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