Trigger finger, or “stenosing tenosynovitis” can often occur without experiencing a single injury. The causes of this condition are not well known, but symptoms may begin after exhausting your hand by pinching or grasping for an extensive period of time.
With any racquet sport comes the risk of injury, and pickleball is no exception. The most common injuries in pickleball can be an ankle sprain, Achilles tendonitis, Hamstring or Quadriceps muscle strain, shoulder impingement, and wrist fracture.
Recently, the medical community has seen an increase in the use of wide-awake local anesthesia for hand and wrist surgery procedures. Wide-awake local anesthesia is surgery performed with only local anesthesia, avoiding the use of general anesthesia.
Here are the most common exercises prescribed after shoulder replacement surgery.