You seem to be the Veteran on the broken pinky finger forum. I have read about your situation and your discussions with Jupiter and others. Glad to see you are still helping people after 2 years. I was hoping you could ease my mind about my situation, which is similar to most peoples's on that forum. I just had surgery on my pinky 2 days ago and it has been dressed with a bandage until my follow up appointment. I would like to better understand the road ahead of me, but my main concern is getting that early ROM. If possible can we talk via email or over the phone? Please email me at ***@****. (I don't want to leave my number here so i will give it to you through email if you are willing to talk to me)
Thank you so much
Hi, I also broke my left pinky and has remained extremely stiff and non bendable. I saw your post about not believing how loss of your pinky movement affects so many daily tasks. Please, would you mind sharing those daily tasks with me. Thanks so much,
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