PENATALAKSANAAN FISIOTERAPI PADA KONDISI TRIGGER FINGER DENGAN INTERVENSI ULTRASOUND (US), INFRARED (IR) DAN TRANSVERSE FRICTION DI RSUD BENDAN PEKALONGAN
Trigger finger or tenosyvitis stenosing is described as a condition where
the finger tendon is locked at the time of movement from the flexion position
toward the extension position. This is due to local inflammation or the presence of
swelling in the flexor tendon wrap that causes the wrapper can not normally flow.
Signs and symptoms that arise is the presence of pain, the spasm M. Fleksor
Digitorum, decreased strength of M. Fleksor Digitorum, limitations of finger
joints. Physiotherapy modalities used include: ultrasound, infra red and transverse
friction.To know the benefits of therapy with ultrasound modality, infra red and
transverse friction in relieving pain, reducing spasm M. Flexor Digitorum,
increasing muscle strength M. Flexor Digitorum, increasing the scope of finger
joint motion. Management of physiotherapy on finger trigger conditions with
ultrasound, infrared, and transverse friction modalities.
After receiving physiotherapy treatment (ultrasound, infra red and transfer
friction) for 6 times the therapy was obtained:
1) Decreased the tenderness of the
flexor tendon from T1: 5.1 cm to T6: 0.9 cm,
2) Increased scope of joint motion in
the left PIP II of T1: S = 20º-0º-30º to T6: S = 28º-0º-60º and MCP II T1: S = 10º0º-30º
3)Increased strength of M.Flexor Digitorum on PIP II Sinistra from T1: 4 to T6: 5,
4) Decreased the spasm of M. Fleksor Digitorum from T1: 1 to T6: 0.
Ultasound, infra red and transverse friction can reduce pain,
reduce spasm M. Flexor Digitorum, increase strength M. Flexor Digitorum,
increase the scope of joint motion.
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