Fractured Finger Recovery Guide

Finger bones are amongst the most common bones to sustain fractures. Many people view a fractured figure as a fairly insignificant break that doesn’t greatly hinder your daily life. In fact, a fractured finger can be very painful, reduce mobility, and cause some major complications. This is especially the case when more than one finger is fractured, and a person loses their ability to use both hands. Our guide covers the treatments for a fractured finger, the healing timeline, and the treatments available.

Can You Bend a Broken Finger?

It is important to understand the difference between a finger that is fractured and one that has sustained a different kind of injury, so questions like, is my finger jammed or broken? Don’t cause further damage. While testing the motion in your fingers can give you an indication as to the damage done, it can also complicate the injury and be incredibly painful.

A fracture in the finger will be unlikely to stop you moving it, unless the bone has penetrated the skin, but will likely cause severe additional pain. Over time, after the injury, you may lose more and more functionality in the fractured finger, as the swelling increases and causes stiffness.

Is There Any Free Treatment That I Could Qualify For?

Did you know that there are free private treatments available in the UK for fractured finger and broken finger tip injuries? All over the UK there is a vast range of treatments on offer that can help you to recover quickly and safely from your injury. If you want to learn more about whether you qualify for treatments in your local area, don’t hesitate to contact our team today.

What Helpful Treatments are Available for Free?

Depending on where you live in the UK, there will be different treatments that you may qualify for. If you are eligible for free private treatment, it may come in the form of free fractured finger support and splints, or even ice packs and medical compresses. The treatments vary considerably, from advanced physiotherapy to full orthopaedic reports. To see which treatments are available in your local area, give our friendly team a call.

What Health Problems Can Occur with a Broken Finger Left Untreated?

The broken pinky finger healing time, is normally between 2 weeks and 8 weeks, which is the same for most fractured finger injuries that are not very severe. However, where there are complications, this can be increased and even leave you with permanent damage. A broken finger left untreated can cause a number of complications, including:

  • Permanent Deformity
  • Unstable Fractures
  • Infection After Surgery
  • Poor Rotation
  • Stiffness (which can be helped by physiotherapy)

How Can Physiotherapy Help Me to Recover Faster?

While physiotherapy is not commonly associated with broken finger injuries, it can still be of great assistance, especially in the case of severe injuries where you need help with regaining as much motion and function as possible. Many people don’t realise it, but you can be eligible to receive free private physiotherapy treatments for a fractured finger, or even broken index finger. For more information about what’s available in your local area, call our professional team today.

Contact Our Team Today to Discover More About Eligibility for Private Treatments

Many people miss their opportunity to receive free private medical treatments, simply because they don’t know that they are eligible to receive them for a fractured finger. If you are suffering from a broken or fractured finger, all it takes is a quick call to our team at Medical Expert on 020 3870 4868, to see what treatments are available in your local area, and if you are eligible to receive them.

Treatments vary from advanced physiotherapy and orthopaedic support, to the provision of essential medical supplies. The process of calling our team and getting information about the treatments available only takes 30 seconds of your time, and the advice can be invaluable for your recovery. Let us help you recover as quickly as possible by giving you access to the medical treatment you may be entitled to.