Wrist Splint

(1 customer review)

Comfortable- Supportive, Rigid & Light – High Range Of Motion For Hand & Fingers

Wrist splint gives support to the entire thumb and wrist area. It is made with a combination of spandex and open cell urethane to offer superior support as well as comfort. Additionally, while the thumb can be immobilized, palmar flexion is still possible, resulting in a wide range of motion in the hand and full use of the fingers.

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Sometimes the simplest tasks are hardest, this wrist splint will gave you enough support to work constructively while wearing a splint. It supports the thumb, wrist and hand while healing. The straps can be adjusted to strengthen or lighten the amount of pressure.

When wearing this wrist splint the thumb and wrist are secure, while you still have the use of your fingers. This means you can do delicate work like tying a shoe or using my phone and not let the pain hold you back. With this support in place you do not have to worry about accidentally moving in such a way that will cause pain. Once the support is adjusted it stays in place quite well.

Part of the reason it stays in place so well is that it is made with spandex. This keeps the pressure tight, but still allows for flexibility and proper blood circulation. The splint is also made with urethane foam to provide more comfort as well as some cushioning.

  • Made with spandex and urethane foam for added comfort
  • Give excellent flexibility and dexterity
  • Safe for users with latex sensitivity
SKU: 3293 Category:
Weight0.6 kg
Dimensions10 × 10 × 10 cm

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  1. Patrick T

    Tendinitis can be a truly debilitating condition. I know first hand how hard it can be to do simple things like typing, opening a door, or even feeding my child. When my thumb and wrist were at their worst, my doctor suggested wearing a splint. After wearing this splint for a week, I began to notice substantial improvement.

    Patrick T