Ownsig Plastic Mallet DIP Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury (1 Set(4Pcs))

December 13, 2019 - Comment

Features:Brand New & High quality.Improved attachments making it easier to apply & wear.Easy application.No tape needed.Perforated design; Premium stability.Injection moulded to high tolerance providing ultra smooth edge for patient comfort.1Set:48-53mm, 53-55mm, 55-60mm, 60-65mm. . Package Included:Finger Splint (4pcs) NO Retail Box. Packed Safely in Bubble Bag. Product Features 1Set:48-53mm, 53-55mm, 55-60mm, 60-65mm. Improved attachments making

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Features:
Brand New & High quality.
Improved attachments making it easier to apply & wear.
Easy application.
No tape needed.
Perforated design; Premium stability.
Injection moulded to high tolerance providing ultra smooth edge for patient comfort.
1Set:48-53mm, 53-55mm, 55-60mm, 60-65mm. .

Package Included:
Finger Splint (4pcs)

NO Retail Box. Packed Safely in Bubble Bag.

Product Features

  • 1Set:48-53mm, 53-55mm, 55-60mm, 60-65mm.
  • Improved attachments making it easier to apply & wear.
  • No tape needed.Easy application.
  • Perforated design; Premium stability.
  • Injection moulded to high tolerance providing ultra smooth edge for patient comfort.

Comments

Anonymous says:

These work exactly as intended. You may need to make some adjustments. Ok, so these are a sort of splint to help with the healing of tendon issues at the end knuckle of a finger. The tendon slips off to the side of the knuckle causing the finger to bow improperly from the tension coming at the wrong angle. So called ‘Dip’ or ‘Mallet’ finger. Besides surgery the only remedy is to keep the joint extended where the tendon can, hopefully, heal in its proper position on the top of the knuckle. Thus leaving the finger resting in a straight orientation rather than bent…

Anonymous says:

This product worked best for me I had a mallet finger in my left hand pinky. I tried all sort of splints. I would recommend this the most. Also notable is Oval-8. But the issue with Oval-8 it does not keep your finger straight. My finger was slightly bent. With this however it keeps the finger upright and straight which is important.The drawback is it gets slippery with water and wetness. It will impact the skin with moisture. But the velcro comes in handy to remove the splint (while keeping your finger straight)…

Anonymous says:

Working so far! I don’t usually leave reviews but I wanted to leave a review here to express my satisfaction with this product. I fell walking the dog and noticed my middle finger was bent downwards in the front. I looked it up on line and saw it was called mallet finger or dropped finger. went to the doctor and he confirmed it. xray showed nothing broken. just torn tendon. my doctor gave me a full splint but I wash lots of dishes and have to wear gloves anyway because I get eczema on my hands from too much…

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