Wellgate for Women PerfectFit Wrist Support, Left Hand

December 1, 2018 - Comment

Wellgate for Women PerfectFit Wrist Support helps relieve pain from Carpal Tunnel syndrome, wrist sprains & strains, arthritis and tendonitis. This product is for the Left hand and is a one size, adjustable product. The super-soft fabrics and soothing memory foam provide intensive comfort. The sleek, slimfit design fits under women’s clothing and is ideal

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Wellgate for Women PerfectFit Wrist Support helps relieve pain from Carpal Tunnel syndrome, wrist sprains & strains, arthritis and tendonitis. This product is for the Left hand and is a one size, adjustable product. The super-soft fabrics and soothing memory foam provide intensive comfort. The sleek, slimfit design fits under women’s clothing and is ideal for use at the computer, while sleeping or for everyday use. This product has two firm stabilizers for support and is made from lightweight, breathable materials. Wellgate for Women products are designed to naturally fit the contours of a woman’s body.

Product Features

  • Helps relieve pain from Carpal Tunnel syndrome, strains and sprains
  • Soothing memory foam and super-soft fabrics provide intensive comfort
  • Designed to fit women – sleek, slimfit design fits under women’s clothing
  • Ideal for use at the computer, while sleeping or for everyday use
  • Lightweight, breathable materials

Comments

Anonymous says:

This is the support I use on both my wrists I was recently diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in both wrists. I already had the Wellgate for Women PerfectFit Wrist Support for the right wrist and really found it comfortable so I ordered the left. I previously had the 3M Futuro and recently also bought the Mueller Green. With all three I wore them around the house, to work out (I usually wrap my wrist but wanted to see if I could work out with it for extra support for hand weights and push ups, etc.) and to bed. The 3M Futuro made me lose sleep, I was in so much pain with it I thought something was wrong with me. I didn’t sleep a wink and was in throbbing pain the whole next day. I just went to get it to see the name brand on the strap for this review and I put it on and winced in pain. I actually said “ow” out loud. It just plain hurts. And it was $29 at my local pharmacy. Not cheap. The Mueller Green was better than the 3M Futuro but I wasn’t that impressed. Felt awkward and not too comfortable. So I’m sticking with…

Anonymous says:

Does the job; perfect for skinny hands and wrists I have spastic cerebral palsy and was given a wrist brace like this in my teen years to prevent “flopping” or over-bending of my wrist, as well as support since it’s my weaker hand. I’m 28 now, so naturally I’ve grown out of it. I also have very skinny wrists, so I decided to give this one a try. I’ve worn it for about two hours and it does it’s job and fits, which is all I wanted. But if you haven’t worn different types of braces throughout your life and aren’t used to the irritation that comes with them like me, there are a few things to note. Most people think they have to strap these things on tight short of cutting off their circulation and movement in order for them to work and that’s where most of their irritation comes from. A good brace will still provide you with some movement – to a point. Think of this as breathing room. The problem lies when there’s too much movement and breathing room and THAT’S when you have to tighten the straps. This brace provides all…

Anonymous says:

Very good I love this brace. I own two of them, one right, one left. I have pain and inflammation issues. I wear the right-handed brace when I’m having pain issues and doing activities which are hard on my hand and wrist – such as lots of writing or drawing classes. When I’m having a pain flare I wear both left and right braces at night, because they prevent me from contorting my hands/wrists into an uncomfortable position in my sleep. I have a more flexible ACE hand and wrist wrap which I use more routinely, I tend to reserve this Wellgate brace for more severe pain days. The brace restricts movement. When I wear it, my handwriting is not as coordinated because the restriction is unnatural. It’s perfectly fine for other activities such as typing. The brace is very comfortable. The inserts are plastic, so more flexible than metal inserts. The brace is well padded. I don’t have red welts after wearing it all day. I’ve owned the right handed brace for a year, I use it probably a week out of each…

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