About the Course
Is your Mallet finger limiting the use of your hand? Are you fearful your finger will end up with a ‘droop’ for the rest of your life? How will that effect your hand function?
The finger is very complex and prone to injuries that lead can to pain, stiffness, and deformity. More importantly, the fingers are so involved in our everyday activities it can be hard to escape the impact a mallet finger injury can have on your function.
If this is a concern of yours, then this self paced program will likely benefit you. The online video program is designed to help you understand a mallet finger injury, demonstrate the most important KEY concepts to help you get the best result, and instruct you on the clinically proven formula to progress exercises in a way that doesn’t leave you with a droopy finger.
Statistics show you ONLY get 13-16 minutes, or less, with your doctor during your office visit.
Unfortunately, most orthopedic surgeons use medical jargon, which may leave you more confused about what to do for your mallet finger. Sometimes you are sent to physical or occupational therapy for your mallet finger recovery.
Occasionally, your questions may be answered. However, you may be left sharing your time between 3-4 other patients, and not receiving the one on one care you deserve. All the while, being left with a hefty bill.
Join me, Michelle Coil (Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist), as I help you better understand your complex mallet finger injury. I promise to outline strategies for a safe removal of your splint, demonstrate range of motion and strengthening exercises, and teach you how to prevent a poor outcome.
All of this, in a simple to follow video instruction, demonstration, and printed handout format.
Key questions answered include:
- What is a mallet finger?
- Should I see a doctor for a mallet finger?
- How do I know which type of mallet finger I have?
- How long should I wait before seeing a doctor for a mallet finger injury?
- What is the treatment for a mallet finger?
- Why is it important to keep my fingertip straight?
- What can I do while I wait for healing?
- How do I safely remove mallet splint?
- What are my splinting options?
- When can I remove my splint?
- Can I remove my mallet finger splint to shower or wash my hands?
- How long do I have to wear the splint?
- What is the clinically proven week by week formula for removing the splint?
- When can I start exercising my finger?
- How long will it take to get the range of motion in my finger?
- How long will it take to get the strength in my finger/hand?
- What if my mallet finger does not heal?
* Please note: this course is NOT for you if you have had MALLET FINGER SURGERY, due to the many different types of surgeries, techniques and protocols available. However, due to high demand we have made phase 3 of our Mallet Finger Self Treatment video available to you at a discounted rate. Go straight to that program here.
By the end of this program you will:
Gain confidence and clarity during your mallet finger recovery process. Ultimately, you will receive answers to your most common questions and probably answers to those questions you haven’t even thought of. This will greatly reduce your confusion and fear that comes along with recovering from a mallet finger injury.
More importantly, you will set yourself up for success and get the best results so you can return to work, sport, hobby, and life!
Below is a list of materials used throughout the Mallet Finger On Demand program. The materials are not necessary to complete the program however based on experience and feedback from others, these items have been helpful for them during their mallet finger recovery process.
Here is a link to the 3 Ring splint, also known as an Oval 8. Please note the sizes will correlate with your ring size so MAKE SURE YOU SIZE YOUR FINGER CORRECTLY. These are NOT recommended to be used if your mallet finger is red, swollen, and painful over the top of the distal joint, unless prescribed by your doctor.
Below are links to purchase items used in the program.
Here is a link to the 1 inch coban wrap used in Module 2 to help keep the splint on your finger. There are also colors available here.
Here is a link to the exercise putty as shown in Module 3 to help strengthen your hand. Do NOT start strengthening until ready for phase 3.
- Light resistance
- Medium resistance
- Hard resistance
- Here is a 4 pack- extra soft, soft, medium, hard. This is a more cost effective option.
Please note these are affiliate links. A small commission will be made from these purchases and is greatly appreciated to help keep this program at an affordable rate.