It' has been two years
I'm sorry to say the success rate is low.
I did the same thing... a displaced fracture of my 5th finger. It is permanently bent at the first joint.
Even if you aggressively cared for it, healing depends on the person.
I had a follow-up surgery to take a tendon from my wrist and transplant to the contracted area.
I then rented this biotic hand which opened and closes automatically basically doing physical therapy all day.
No luck! I saw a hand surgeon about 2 years later. He said there was a low rate especially since it failed the first time.You may want to go to a hand surgeon to see if there has been any new procedures.
Best of luck. Keep stretching.
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