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    Hi Dan,

    Been searching the web all day and was wondering if you could please give some possible info for my situation?

    Basically I injured my hand 14 weeks ago. Me and another guy collided full speed and my hand seems to have taken the brunt of it. It must have jammed into his leg or hip or something hard. I immediately got X-rays because it swelled up. No break and they did a series of them to be sure.

    It seemed to be making steady progress but seems like it’s stopped about 6 weeks ago. Now I have much less but there is still swelling in the hand. I can now bend the thumb, middle and index finger. I can even pop the index, the first 5 weeks it was painful when I tried to pop it and now it’s fine. However, I can only flex the ring and pinkie. They don’t bend at the crease. When I try to force them, the knuckle feels very tight.

    I’m concerned I may have a more serious injury and can’t be seen for quite a while. Another thing I noticed is the ring and pinkie finger were discolored a couple days and the skin kind of dimpled in on a few spots of the crease below the fingers. The dimples and color are gone but that Palmer crease still won’t bend one bit.

    My initial checkups have ruled out fractures and seemingly tendons. I’m kinda nervous that my hand might be permanently damaged or that I may need surgery and that still may not fix it.

    It’s pretty obvious it’s something in the knuckle joint. If it’s a damaged Palmer plate or busted capsule will they heal on their own?

    I also saw about ligament and articulate cartilage as well as synovial fluid located in the area I seem to have injured. Do those types of injuries tend to heal themselves or is surgery required? Or worse is it possible the damage is permanent? I’m not in any pain, I just can’t make a fist at all. When I try it’s all disfigured and looks horrible. The ring finger sticks out farther than the others and the pinkie knuckle is not visible.

    I know you are much more knowledgable on these parts of the hand and was just hoping I can get some info to prepare me for what I may have ahead or if I’m just freaking out and need to wait it out even longer. Thanks so much!

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    Marcus in my opinion you need to be seen by a PT at least once. You need to get those fingers moving. Extreme stiffness in traumatized fingers is pretty common, and it can be quite chronic and nagging if it is not dealt with. You very well might benefit from guided exercises and perhaps some finger splints to help with bending the joints.

    Some people will also get some benefit from heating the hand up with moist heat immediately prior to doing stretching exercises.


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