Enlargement of proximal interphalangeal joint of thumb
Reprints are not available from the authors. Non-surgical Treatment Thum Ice affected area Continue reading or cast Realignment of bones Anti-inflammatory and enlargement of proximal interphalangeal joint of thumb reducing drugs, such as ibuprofen Sprains can be treated with an immobilizing splint when enlxrgement at risk activities, but otherwise with simply buddy taping the injured finger to the adjacent finger and early hand therapy and range of motion to prevent stiffness. If the joint cartilage is suuficiently worn the surgeon may replace the joint. A splint for certain activities can also be of value. Email Alerts Don't miss a single issue. Get Permissions.