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7 Best Wrist Braces for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

7 Best Wrist Braces for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Akanksha Nigam

Top-rated wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome

  1. The Carpal Solution Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support
  2. Hely & Weber CMC Controller Plus
  3. Rolyan Beige D-Ring Wrist Braces
  4. FLA Orthopedics Soft Fit Suede Finish Wrist Brace
  5. Advanced Orthopaedics Deluxe Carpel Tunnel Wrist Brace
  6. ProCare ComfortFORM Wrist Brace
  7. Aircast Wrist Brace With Thumb Spica

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passage on the palm side of the hand, surrounded by bones and ligaments. Inside that tunnel is a nerve called the median nerve. When the median nerve is compressed, carpal tunnel syndrome causes a tingling sensation and weakness, making the hand and arm numb. Repetitive hand motions, wrist anatomy, and some health conditions can also lead to this syndrome. This condition is treatable, and normal function of the hand can be regained with treatment.

Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel

Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include:

  • Reduced strength: The pressure on the median nerve may cause weakness in the hand, making it difficult to hold objects.
  • Tingling sensation: Except for the little finger, all other fingers may feel electric shock-like feelings, which can travel upwards from the wrist to the elbow.

Causes and Risk Factors

It can be difficult to identify what led to a pressurized median nerve. Some likely causes are:

Those at high risk for developing getting carpal tunnel syndrome include:

  • Women
  • A family history of carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Professionals include assembly line workers, sewers, bakers, musicians, etc.
  • Those who have a fracture or a dislocated wrist

How to treat carpal tunnel syndrome?

Depending upon the symptoms and the condition of the wrist, your doctor might advise the following:

  1. Change in lifestyle: If pain is because of a specific repetitive motion, taking frequent breaks and resting the wrist may help.
  2. Exercises: Stretching and nerve gliding exercises can help with better and smoother movement of the nerve.
  3. Immobilization: To prevent the condition from worsening, your doctor might advise you not to stabilize your wrist with a wrist brace.
  4. Medication: Your doctor may prescribe medication to reduce swelling.
  5. Surgery: If none of the above-mentioned treatments work, your doctor recommends surgery to increase the size of the tunnel, which will relieve tension on the nerve 

If the condition is caught early, wearing a wrist brace would relieve pain by keeping the wrist straight and reducing pressure on the nerve. HPFY carries a wide range of braces for carpal tunnel.

Top-rated wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome

FSA Approved

The Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support manages carpal tunnel by reshaping the soft tissue in and around the carpal tunnel area. It absorbs any stress exerted on the wrist. Worn specifically at night, it enables the user to wake up afresh in the morning after a sound night’s sleep. This comfortable carpal tunnel brace is clinically documented and improves blood flow for quick recovery. It features perforated adhesive straps that enhance breathability and allow for a custom fit.

The Carpal Solution Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support



FSA Approved

The Hely & Weber CMC Controller Plus is an ideal product for metacarpal support. It offers pain relief and positions the thumb for proper functioning. It includes a malleable stay that hugs and lifts the metacarpal. Its strap has been designed to make it easy for the wearer to wrap it with one hand. It comes in separate variants for the left and the right hand and is easily trimmable for a custom fit.

Hely & Weber CMC Controller Plus



FSA Approved

Designed to treat pain, swelling, and stiffness from arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, strains, and sprains, this brace is designed with a removable metal bar that provides extra support for pain and severe injuries. D-Ring closure design provides adjustable tension and fits, makes the brace easy to wear and remove, and features a stockinette lining to prevent discomfort while closing the straps. The padded design makes it comfortable while providing ultimate support.

Rolyan Beige D-Ring Wrist Braces



FSA Approved

A great choice for weak or injured wrists and carpal tunnel syndrome. A  padded liner absorbs moisture and keeps the wrist dry. This brace has a metal palmer stay to ensure that the wrist remains in a neutral position while providing relief from pressure. This brace is easy to wrap with one hand. 

FLA Orthopedics Soft Fit Suede Finish Wrist Brace



FSA Approved

An ideal option for those who suffer from wrist sprain, strain, or carpal tunnel syndrome. Made of a durable and breathable canvas making, it is comfortable to wear for long periods. Great for immobilizing the wrist and features a generous opening that allows the thumb to move freely. 

Advanced Orthopaedics Deluxe Carpel Tunnel Wrist Brace



FSA Approved

Specially lined with Lycra for the ultimate comfort, this brace has a loop/lock closure system to ensure a proper fit. It also features preformed aluminum stays to provide ample support to the wrist. This brace is lightweight, and its breathability feature makes it one of the top-selling carpal tunnel braces.

ProCare ComfortFORM Wrist Brace



FSA Approved

This brace focuses on comfort and is designed to aid carpal tunnel syndrome, ligament instability, gamekeeper's thumb, and other wrist problems. Durable and lightweight, featuring a malleable volar and thumb stay to offer a custom fit while the contact closure straps make it comfortable and easy to wear.

Aircast Wrist Brace With Thumb Spica



Where to buy the best wrist braces for carpal tunnel?

HPFY has a wide range of quality orthopedic supplies, including wrist braces, elbow support, hip support, calf, shin, thigh support, ankle support, back support, neck support, and many others, depending on the need.


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Akanksha Nigam has been a Health Products For You contributor since 2021. With a Masters Degree in Finance, she began her Marketing career in the banking industry. However, her interest in human ...

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