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Model Name: Function Resting Hand Splint Description Soft Functional Resting Hand Splint treats moderate flexion contractures of wrist/hand/thumb. Keeps your hand in a functional resting position or neutral position after wrist or hand surgery and injury. Straps and position pads can be adjusted to give the splint a custom fit. It is heat treated then

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Model Name: Function Resting Hand Splint

Description
Soft Functional Resting Hand Splint treats moderate flexion contractures of wrist/hand/thumb. Keeps your hand in a functional resting position or neutral position after wrist or hand surgery and injury. Straps and position pads can be adjusted to give the splint a custom fit. It is heat treated then molded to conform to the shape of the patient’s hand and wrist. This makes it lightweight without compromising durable or long term use.
Extra long wrist strap maintains proper position while applying gentle stretch.Antibacterial cover fabric helps reduce odor. Finger separator available separately. Soft Dorsal Resting Hand Splint combines benefits of Soft Functional Resting Hand Splint with a dorsal wrist/forearm support to increase wrist extension by providing three-point leverage. Effectively positions wrist in neutral, especially when wrist has tendency to pronate.

Size details:
M : suit for Palm length 5.12 – 7.1 inch, suggest for woman and children
L : suit for Palm length 7.1 – 9.1 inch, suggest for man

Please consult with clinicain before ordering if you are unsure about sizing

Function:
Helps provide relief from symptoms associated with wrist sprain, loose, rheumatoid arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, and other wrist injuries. Instead of gypsum use.

Product Features

  • Size L : suit for Palm length 7.1 – 9.1 inch, suggest for man. Please consult with clinicain before ordering if you are unsure about sizing
  • Includes Magic paste straps for easy adjustments to provide and supportive and comfortable feel, non-latex material
  • Supports fingers, thumb and wrist in functional/resting position with simple
  • Allows healing and recovery after injury and decreases pain and inflammation of painful wrists and thumb tendonitis, keeps fingers, thumb, and wrist secured in a functional resting position
  • Helps provide relief from symptoms associated with wrist sprain, loose, rheumatoid arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, and other wrist injuries. Instead of gypsum use

Comments

Anonymous says:

Absolutely recommended I have an injury that’s made my fingers/wrist not work; my fingers curl into a fist, my wrist flops over, and my arm wants to curl up & bend at the elbow (think of someone holding their style) – it’s awesomely called ‘stroke arm’. Besides wrecking havoc on flexibility, it can be painful, especially when I’m sleeping & my hand curls into a tight fist. My physical therapist made me a version of this, but it’s heavy and gets very uncomfortable, as it’s plastic – even with little venting holes,…

Anonymous says:

Great price and very comfortable Works great! My husband had a stroke 4 years ago and got one of these hand splints from the hospital but it was not covered like this one. He says its very comfortable and stops his hand from cramping up. Very reasonable price as well. Highly recommend. Thanks.

Anonymous says:

Great light weight splint for mom who had a stroke. I got this splint for my mom that had a stroke a year ago. She was “fitted” with another splint that was “customized” for her and cost over $200. After wearing it for a while my mom didn’t like it because it was heavy. After searching on Amazon I came across the Soft Resting Hand Splint and it looked light weight and had numerous straps to hold the hand in place so I decided to buy it for her. As soon as I put it on her she said she liked it. What she like the most was that…

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