"Have your trigger finger surgery on Friday and be back to work on Monday."
Does your finger lock or painfully click, or has a doctor diagnosed you with trigger finger- stenosing tenosynovitis- and recommended surgery?
Are you reluctant to undergo a procedure in the operating room for such a small problem?
Are you worried about the expense of the procedure? Or the time off from work?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you may want to learn more about a painless, minimally invasive, no-stitch surgery to correct trigger finger that takes about five minutes and can be done in the doctor’s office under local anesthetic. The recovery time is a few days instead of a few weeks.
The procedure is called the Trigger TomeTM Procedure and was developed by Dr. Brian Jurbala, MD, a triple board certified, fellowship trained hand and upper extremity specialist in Lakeland, Florida (conveniently located between Orlando and Tampa, Florida). Dr. Jurbala developed the device and procedure in direct response to his patients’ request to have this relatively minor surgery done in the office to save time and expense.
Patients travel from all over Florida and the U.S. to undergo this revolutionary trigger finger treatment in the comfort of our office procedure suite.
Because the procedure can be done the same day as your visit, many patients from around the country schedule their consultation and have the procedure done the same day.
Benefits of the Trigger Tome Procedure
- Minimally Invasive
- No Stitch Surgery
- Local Anesthetic
- Drastically Reduced Recovery Time
- Quick 5 Minute Surgery
- Much Less Expensive
- Most Insurance Accepted
- Cash Payment Options Available
What is Trigger Finger?
An inflammation of the tendon that flexes or bends the finger or thumb and makes it difficult to straighten the digit. The tendons are like cords that bend the fingers into the palm. These cords pass through several tunnels- called pulleys- that attach to the bones of the hand. The pulleys function much like the eyelets on a fishing rod to guide the cords when bending the finger or thumb.