Rolyan Sof-Stretch Extension Splint, Small, White, Finger Brace & Knuckle Immobilization Device, Recovery & Rehabilitation Aid for Edema, Joint Extension & Contractures, Support for Injured Fingers

February 3, 2019 - Comment

For over 40 years, Rolyan has been the therapist’s choice and most trusted brand when it comes to orthopedic supports and hand therapy tools. Rolyan products are designed with the patient and hand therapist in mind, and occupational therapists, physical therapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals rely on Rolyan products to assist the elderly and

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:30 am GMT+0000 - Details)

For over 40 years, Rolyan has been the therapist’s choice and most trusted brand when it comes to orthopedic supports and hand therapy tools. Rolyan products are designed with the patient and hand therapist in mind, and occupational therapists, physical therapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals rely on Rolyan products to assist the elderly and those with disabilities. Rolyan products include therapeutic putty, overhead exercise devices, slings, rigid and soft orthopedic supports, wrist braces, therapeutic and thermoplastic splints, straps, fasteners, and range of motion products. These are the same high quality professional products used in hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes.

Product Features

  • Dynamic force assists the PIP joint into extension with minimal extension of the MCP (knuckle) joint; ideal for PIP joint tightness, contractures and boutonniere deformity
  • Size small white has length 2-1/2″ (6.4cm); for size, with finger straight, measure corresponding finger on unaffected hand from distal palmar crease to distal finger crease
  • Plastic-coated wires simplify modification for finger size and fluctuations in edema
  • Angled distal pad applies pressure evenly, providing complete surface contact; “P” on proximal pad reminds patient to apply the splint with the P near the palm
  • Hand wash, air dry, latex free

Comments

Anonymous says:

Orthopedic surgeon approved I stoved my finger badly enough that it caused a boutonnière deformity on my ring finger. The orthopedic surgeon called in a prescription for a similar splint from a local medical supply store. They took so long to get it in that an employee there pulled up this splint on Amazon & I ordered it right there inside the medical supply store. This splint is $20 lower priced than the one the medical supply store ordered for me, and they took 2.5 weeks to get it in. (I told them no thanks, I’ll keep…

Anonymous says:

This is the exact same extension splint that my occupational … This is the exact same extension splint that my occupational therapist had provided, but I’d misplaced the original. She suggested I shop for another one and told me the specific size I needed. I was told the charge would be about $60 if they got it for me. This one is identical and cost so much less, though I can’t imagine why this little item is so expensive.

Anonymous says:

Just what the therapist wanted easy to put on, comfortable to use. arrived in an extremely short time

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