#1
well because of my job im starting to have issues with trigger finger in the mornings and its been buggin me quite a bit. so i looked up on it and web md lists musicians as a high risk group for trigger finger...... does anybody here have issues with it and are there any suggestions with dealing with it?
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#3
There's these things called doctors I've heard about. They're supposed to be pretty good with this kind of thing.
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#4
yes ive heard of those, but my insurance kicks in next month. i started this thread mostly to find out if anybody here has had problems with it not just for help. company doctor is looking at it already.
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Rump, a P-bass delivers a rump in the sound such that, similar to the rump on an African American woman, it is the highlight of the tone.
#5
I think i may have that, the middle join of my pinky keeps collapsing and makes the finger completely straight except for the top bit (strait until where the nail is)
#6
Have it treated by a doctor.

My mom had it. They did exactly what that wikipedia link says. They tried the cortizone injection, then when that failed they performed the surgery.
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#7
i have the same problem with my wiener

its never good to play through the pain, sometimes onstage u have to. i have real bad hand n finger n forearm pains from having to do this without proper warming up first. i always warm up before shows n practice now.