Trigger Finger Splint Brace for Finger Locking, Popping, Bending, Stiffness & Stenosing Tenosynovitis Hands – Adjustable Full Finger Splints, Middle Finger Support – Tendon Release & Pain Relief

December 19, 2018 - Comment

HealME committed to make the best product to help more people who need help get rid of the pain is our greatest pursuit. Come on! We can help you effective relief from stenosing tenosynovitis, or trigger finger pain day and night. Product Feature: 1. 100% money back if you are not satisfied with HealME finger

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HealME committed to make the best product to help more people who need help get rid of the pain is our greatest pursuit.
Come on! We can help you effective relief from stenosing tenosynovitis, or trigger finger pain day and night.

Product Feature:
1. 100% money back if you are not satisfied with HealME finger splint support .
2. Constructed with a lightweight breathable neoprene, the trigger finger splint will not slide or bunch. The breathable material wicks away moisture for comfort day and night.
3. Lightweight aluminum brace is integrated in the breathable neoprene wrap to provide superior support for stiff fingers. The rigid aluminum brace prevents tendons from catching and the joint from bending to promote healing and reduce pain and discomfort.
4. HealME finger splint brace design with extra fastening tape. It can restrict the knuckle splint movement and give the firm support without the discomfort, help your trigger finger recover and prevent unnecessary surgery.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

A diagram or instruction was not included. So it’s pure guesswork as how to put it on correctly. Did not come with any instruction or diagram. Pure guesswork as to how it is suppose to go on. It does not press on the tendon, which is where the problem lies. However there is a small button on top of the strap, which I assume is meant to be on the bottom, thus pressing on the tendon. It comes with a 2″ long Velcro strap with yet another button. What am I supposed to do with that?UPDATE: I finally figured it out after realizing pressure on the tendon is not part of the…

Anonymous says:

It unbelievably works! My wife suffered pain on her finger everytime she uses or bends it. She didnt want to see a doctor since getting an appointment takes months to book and she didnt want to tolerate the pain anymore. Im glad i found this here on amazon and decided to give it a try. I am not kidding when I say its was an overnight cure. She wore it overnight and the next morning her hand was back to normal. This thing just saved us a doctors visit. She still wears it every night.

Anonymous says:

No directions, but fairly easy to figure out. The splint I got goes all the way up my finger. I purchased this for my middle finger which is having “trigger finger” issues. My physical therapist recommended a splint at night. I originally bought this so that the upper portion of my finger could still function (typing on key board), if I needed it. It still works, but not what I expected. Can’t type with it on.

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