Hand Treatment

  • Finger Arthritis
  • Hand Arthritis
  • Thumb Arthritis

Finger arthritis occurs at the joints of the Fingers. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. The cartilages are soft tissues that are responsible for the joint movement. This causes the joint bones to rub together, wear out and cause pain and discomfort. In this condition, the bending of the fingers becomes difficult and even normal movements are difficult to perform.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Finger Arthritis are:

  • Visible hand deformity in severe conditions (development of lumps)
  • Inability to bend fingers
  • Swelling around the joints
  • Pain on finger movement
  • Stiffness in fingers
  • Loss of motion
  • Weakness in the hand

The Hand arthritis affects the various joints of the Hands like wrists, fingers and thumbs. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. The cartilages are soft tissues that are responsible for the joint movement. This causes the joint bones to rub together, wear out and cause pain and discomfort.

Various joints of the hands when under the Arthritis condition start to pain and cause discomfort.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Hand Arthritis are:

  • Pain in all of the hand joints (wrists, fingers, thumbs)
  • Visible hand deformity in severe conditions (development of lumps)
  • Inability to bend Hands
  • Swelling around the joints
  • Pain on Hand movement
  • Stiffness in Hands
  • Loss of motion
  • Weakness in the hand
  • Cracking sounds when moving the hand

Thumb arthritis occurs at the basal joint of the thumb. It is also called 1STCMC Joint Arthritis. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. This causes the joint bones to rub together and wear out and cause pain and discomfort. The Thumb Arthritis is common in women above the age of forty.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Thumb Arthritis are:

  • Inability to lift or hold heavy substances
  • Inability in gripping and pinching
  • Swelling around the base of the thumb
  • Pain on thumb movement
  • Stiffness
  • Weakness in the hand
  • Other arthritis conditions like RA (rheumatoid arthritis)

 

  • Finger Arthritis
  • Hand Arthritis
  • Thumb Arthritis

Finger arthritis occurs at the joints of the Fingers. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. The cartilages are soft tissues that are responsible for the joint movement. This causes the joint bones to rub together, wear out and cause pain and discomfort. In this condition, the bending of the fingers becomes difficult and even normal movements are difficult to perform.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Finger Arthritis are:

  • Visible hand deformity in severe conditions (development of lumps)
  • Inability to bend fingers
  • Swelling around the joints
  • Pain on finger movement
  • Stiffness in fingers
  • Loss of motion
  • Weakness in the hand

The Hand arthritis affects the various joints of the Hands like wrists, fingers and thumbs. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. The cartilages are soft tissues that are responsible for the joint movement. This causes the joint bones to rub together, wear out and cause pain and discomfort.

Various joints of the hands when under the Arthritis condition start to pain and cause discomfort.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Hand Arthritis are:

  • Pain in all of the hand joints (wrists, fingers, thumbs)
  • Visible hand deformity in severe conditions (development of lumps)
  • Inability to bend Hands
  • Swelling around the joints
  • Pain on Hand movement
  • Stiffness in Hands
  • Loss of motion
  • Weakness in the hand
  • Cracking sounds when moving the hand

Thumb arthritis occurs at the basal joint of the thumb. It is also called 1STCMC Joint Arthritis. In this the cartilage, wears out due to various reasons. This causes the joint bones to rub together and wear out and cause pain and discomfort. The Thumb Arthritis is common in women above the age of forty.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of the Thumb Arthritis are:

  • Inability to lift or hold heavy substances
  • Inability in gripping and pinching
  • Swelling around the base of the thumb
  • Pain on thumb movement
  • Stiffness
  • Weakness in the hand
  • Other arthritis conditions like RA (rheumatoid arthritis)