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Pain in middle finger of right hand
The middle finger of my right hand gets stuck (bent ) nd cant be opened untill i massage the palm at the joint of the finger to the palm for 10 -15 mins every morning since September.i was told it is coz i hv minor cervical spondilisis.however i m confused as to what is the real reason for this trouble which increases some times nd i can't open my finger throughout the day.
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Hot fomentation. Gentle Stretching of Hand Muscles. Ball exercises. Wrist Exerciser.
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Yes cervical spondylitis may be the cause of it  due to nerve compression it sometimes occurs .you should start with isometric cervical exercises and consult a good physiotherapist as early as possible stop the problem to aggravate.
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correct your posture while sitting and lying
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avoid sitting for long periods of time
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Hello. Are you diabetic or do you have hypothyroidism? Does the finger click? What you have described sounds like a trigger finger. You need to see a hand specialist/orthopaedic surgeon for assessment. Dr M Vashishtha FRCS, www.dr-mv.com
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