7 Hand Pain & Finger Pain Treatments

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Finger pain and hand pain can be caused by many things including hand and finger arthritis, circulation issues, an injury, or just achiness in the joints. These 7 finger and hand pain treatments should help.

Finger, thumb, and wrist range of motion movements are a great way to relieve pain in the hands and fingers. Make sure you are going through the full range of motion.

Massaging the fingers, hand, and palm area is also a great way to not only relieve pain, but also improve circulation, blood flow, and sensation to the area.

Finger extension stretches do a great job of working the joints of the fingers closest to your hand, which often are the most painful.

You can also use a custom hand massager for pain relief like the Breo iPalm 520s. It uses pressure, heat and acupressure to increase circulation to help relieve pain in the hands and fingers.

The last two exercises help with finger flexion and extension. Having strong fingers help relieve the pain.

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