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June 14, 2021

Jammed Fingers & Finger Injuries

Jammed Fingers & Finger Injuries with Dr. Dale Cassidy

Welcome to a Medical Minute segment with Dr. Dale Cassidy, a Board-Certified Orthopedic Hand physician at the Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group. The video below will cover jammed fingers & finger injuries that we commonly see from our Colorado Springs clients.

Types of Finger Injuries

Sports injuries, falls, or hitting your finger the wrong way are some of the most common finger injuries seen here at Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group. These experiences can result in jammed, sprained, or even broken fingers.

Jammed Finger & Finger Injury X-Rays & Treatment

Dr. Cassidy and his team utilize various imagining such as x-rays as the first step in the diagnosis process. Often times a patient may think they have a jammed finger. However, the x-ray images can show a more serious diagnosis. Depending on the severity of the injury it could be treated with a splint or brace. More extreme injuries may result in the need for physical therapy or could even require surgery.

Man in a green shirt holding jammed fingers in a brace.

Contact Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group for Jammed Finger & Finger Injury Treatment

Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group’s Hand and Nerve Center comprised of our two fellowship-trained board-certified physicians and physician assistants can put help provide a diagnosis and custom treatment options for even the most complex hand and nerve injuries.

Visit www.CSOG.net or call us at 719-632-7669 to schedule your initial consultation today!


Dale Cassidy, MD, MBA

Dale Cassidy, MD, MBA

Dr. Cassidy is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in conditions affecting the hand and upper extremity, and in orthopedic trauma.
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Jeffry T. Watson, MD

Jeffry T. Watson, MD

Dr. Watson’s clinical interests include adult and pediatric conditions of the upper limb, such as arthritic and post-traumatic reconstruction, microvascular surgery, and treatment of complicated fractures.
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