“Even with my trigger finger, Jamber works"

June 13, 2016

“Even with my trigger finger, Jamber works

Other cups always wobbled in Florence’s hands.

Florence is 84 years old, and suffers from Stenosing Tenosynovitis, commonly called trigger finger. She has very little mobility in her middle finger, so holding onto cups has been very difficult.

In fact, she said “because of my trigger finger, cups have always wobbled in my hands, and I always thought I was going to drop them. For a very long time, I have not been able to hold onto a cup.”

 

The Jamber cup is the only cup that actually feels good.

Florence continued, “But now, with the help of the Jamber cup, I can. Holding the Jamber cup doesn’t even use my trigger finger. It’s amazing. The only cup that actually feels good is the Jamber cup.”

  - Florence, age 84
   Resident, Queen Anne Nursing Home, Hingham, MA




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