When treating patients with de Quervain’s Tenosynovitis, they may complain of a swollen thumb and radial-sided wrist pain. The pain may become worse, and may radiate up the thumb or forearm, during activities that require abduction or flexion of the thumb. In most cases, de Quervain’s is caused by overuse or repetitive stress, although the condition may develop for unknown reasons.Read More
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It’s no secret that Oval-8 Finger Splints are the preferred finger orthosis to treat your patient’s mallet finger, swan neck and boutonniere deformities, trigger finger and trigger thumb, lateral deviation, fractures, arthritis, and hypermobility (EDS).
We are excited to announce improvements to the Oval-8 that make it easier on your eyes and even more comfortable on your patient’s fingers!Read More
3 Point Products will be at the Philadelphia Hand Surgery & Therapy Symposium this weekend, March 12-14th. The Philly Hand Therapy Symposium is attended by health care professionals from disciplines such as Hand Therapists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, and more.
For those attending, stop by Booth 39/40 to find out WHAT'S NEW at 3-Point Products. We have lots of exciting news to share for both you and your patients.Read More
After many months of hard work, we are delighted to share that we have launched our new and improved online retail site! We are very excited about the new look and hope you and your patients will be too.Read More
Ginny Wolfe on Fri, Jan 16,2015 @ 11:32 AM
With trigger thumb, patients present with a painful thumb that sticks or catches, often audibly, upon flexion or extension. Or, the patient’s thumb may be stuck or locked in the flexed position. Trigger thumb is thus named because once the thumb unlocks (often by passive manipulation), it snaps back much like discharging a trigger on a gun.
Symptoms of Trigger Thumb
- Audible popping sound and pain upon flexion and extension
- Thumb catches or gets stuck in flexion and may need to be pulled straight