Here is a short video reviewing the dorsal apparatus anatomy drawn on the left long finger. After watching, try it yourself!

ADDITIONAL SUGGESTED RESOURCES

Clinical Pearl No. 33 – How Can Each Therapy Visit be as Focused and Productive as Possible?

Clinical Pearl No. 27 – Complex Made Simple: Pasta Transfer

Clinical Pearl No. 22 – Lumbrical Muscle Tightness & Testing

Clinical Pearl No. 21 – Nuances of Interosseous Muscle Tightness Testing

Clinical Pearl No. 20 – Quantifying Interosseous Muscle Tightness

Clinical Pearl No. 19 – Interosseous Muscle Tightness Testing

Clinical Pearl No. 3 – Making the Most of Mallet Finger Splinting

Book Chapter - Therapist’s Management of the Stiff Hand, Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity – 2011

Journal Article - Exercise Splint for Effective Single-Finger Active Hook Exercises by Ahearn, D and Colditz, JC, Journal of Hand Therapy – 2005

Journal Article - Lumbrical Tightness: Testing and Stretching [Abstract only], Journal of Hand Surgery 2002

What Do You See? No. 4 - The Lumbrical-Plus Finger

What Do You See? No. 2 - Finger Scissoring