Recovering from a finger injury or managing a chronic hand condition can be a major drag. Daily activities such as work and errands can cause debilitating pain. A finger splint can help you get through everyday tasks without aggravating your injury. The best brace for your condition depends on your specific injury and lifestyle. Check out the finger injuries and recommended uses below to find if our versatile finger straightening splint is ideal for your specific situation!
This brace is a great option for trigger finger as it helps prevent the locking sensation that occurs in your finger due to the swelling in your tendons. You can also wear this extensor tendon splint overnight while sleeping, which can help reduce pain and discomfort in the morning. Trigger finger release surgery is a very common procedure for individuals with this condition. Wearing our rigid splint after surgery will also give tremendous comfort to your finger.
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It’s no surprise that immobilization is a must after you’ve sprained, broken, or jammed your fingers but wearing a hard cast can be irritating. Wearing this splint for torn ligaments and broken fingers is a more comfortable option compared to a cast. With this splint, you receive the same full support and immobilization of a cast but without all the irritation and itching.
For lower degrees of sprains and tears, this type of proximal phalanx splint can be removed as needed for showering, etc. Plus, the middle straps can be detached for lesser stabilization as you progress through the recovery process. For many individuals, wearing a foam splint is more comfortable than buddy taping or oval splints which can result in sticky residue and need to be reapplied frequently.
If you’re searching for a splint-free alternative to use during physical activities, our reusable buddy finger wraps share the same philosophy as buddy taping, without the hassle of tape.
Wearing a boxer hand splint for finger and hand conditions such as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and tendonitis is very beneficial in reducing swelling and inflammation. For many finger and hand conditions, the motion of simply bending, moving, and curling your fingers may increase your symptoms. This remedy for arthritis of the hand will help prevent such symptoms! You can also apply the brace when you experience symptoms throughout the day.
Keeping your hand in a functional, resting position may provide temporary relief from post-stroke or radial palsy finger curling, hand spasticity, rheumatoid arthritis, Dupuytren's muscle contracture, and clenched hands. Consult with a medical professional about the underlying cause of your crooked fingers before wearing a glove to keep your fingers straight.
If you’ve recently had finger, hand, or wrist surgery or therapy, wearing this support can help speed up your recovery process. The removable splint feature is great when you need to remove bandages or place ice over your hand to reduce swelling.
This medical index finger brace not only helps treat injuries but can be used to protect and guard fingers as well. For those more prone to hand injuries such as athletes that play sports, have an occupation involving frequent finger motions (manual labor), and older or elderly men and women may want to wear this brace as a preventative measure.
Simply bend and mold the malleable aluminum splint to match the natural curve of your hand for the perfect fit.
Unlike most hand and finger splints on the market, this mallet finger brace can be worn interchangeably on your right or left hand. It is available in three sizes, fitting men, women, and children for treatment of finger conditions and injury prevention after surgery or cast removal.
The two middle straps are removable. Easily detach or move them along the hard splint to fit the shape of your wrist and palm more comfortably.
The aluminum splint is covered in a breathable and lightweight padded sponge foam and nylon material, keeping your hand cool and comfortable during extended wear.
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