Finger and toe joint pain

Finger and toe joint pain

Finger and toe joint pain

As people age, they might experience stiff finger joints, leading to morning pain, swelling, and discomfort. Some individuals also contend with redness, swelling, warmth, and pain in their fingers.

What leads to painful finger and toe deformities?

  • Arthritis

  • Degenerative osteoarthritis

  • Additionally, if a patient experiences a sudden high uric acid attack, it might affect knuckle or toe joints, accompanied by acute redness, fever, and pain.

Therapeutic advice:

After a targeted diagnosis, here are some common treatment methods:

  • Warm compresses

  • Acupuncture physiotherapy

  • Joint exercises

  • Home physiotherapy using Alpha-BB

"Alpha-BB is a device for home therapy that offers improved anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. It encourages cell renewal and boosts joint function."

What is Alpha-BB and what issues can it help with?

Alpha-BB functions deep within cells to ease pain, decrease inflammation, speed up tissue repair and cell growth, enhance blood vessel activity, and minimize fibrous tissue formation.

Treatment guidelines:

For finger joint pain treatment, apply the device for 8 minutes on the inner and outer sides of the affected finger, and along the base-line of fingers and palm.

For toe pain, treat the big toe for 8 minutes and the small toe for an additional 8 minutes. Also, treat along the line that separates the toes from the sole.

To achieve optimal results, repeat the treatment at least twice daily.

Based on experience, pain relief may be noticeable within a few days.

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