Laser Therapy for Treatment of Trigger Finger

      Trigger finger or flexor tendinitis is often treated with occupational or physical therapy, medication, rest, injections or surgery. There has never been a study to look at using low level laser therapy to treat this condition. The purpose of this study was to do a small clinical trial to assess the possibility that low level laser, using a fine tip point probe, could provide a therapeutic effect.
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