Finger Fractures

Although a fractured finger is usually considered a minor incident, without the right treatment it can cause serious problems. In the normal hand, the bones all line up precisely. This allows for manual dexterity and precise movement with the thumb and fingers. When a finger bone is fractured it can result in improper alignment of the entire hand. In addition, if left untreated, a fractured finger can remain painful and stiff for a long time.

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