Simple stretches that focus on lengthening the affected flexor tendon as well as breaking down the nodule / adhesion, can help decrease the "catching" as it passes through the pulley system of the finger joint(s).
Reducing the "catching" of the flexor tendon results in less irritation and inflammation, allowing the tendon tissue to return to its normal state. As this occurs, the stretches continue to help thin the tendon, allowing it to glide through the pulley system with ease.
These stretches are simple, but take at least 8-weeks for marked improvement of the condition. When performing stretches, be sure that you perform the exercises with FLEXTEND® /