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Thumb and finger supports are designed to immobilize, straighten, compress, restrict fingers or thumb. They are used in case of injuries or deformities due to illnesses like arthritis. Our collection of Finger splints is designed uniquely for a wide range of conditions like trigger finger, mallet finger, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis etc. Trigger finger is a common condition of the finger that requires finger splints. Tendons pass through a sheath to connect to the forearm muscles and are responsible for finger movements. In trigger finger these tendons become inflamed and form nodules making it hard for the tendons to pass through the sheath. Another common condition is the mallet finger or jamming finger. Finger splints, like Rolyan Sof Stretch Extension Finger Splint are specially designed to aid these two conditions. Finger supports provide immobilization and compression to reduce inflammation, pain and discomfort.

What Are The Types Of Finger Splints?

Buddy Splints

These splints take the support of adjoining finger by taping it together with the affected finger. The fingers must be taped on a point above and below the injury. These splints cannot be used in case of fractures.

Static Splints

These splints are designed to hold the finger in a specified position. These splints can be used for fractures, repetitive strain injuries, or certain types of tendon damage injuries.

Stack Splints

These splints are used for injuries on the tip of the finger. They extend from tip to just past the first joint to immobilize injuries in the first joint. They come in various sizes and often with holes so that air can pass through them.

Dynamic Splints

These splints are designed for joint stiffness. These splints are loaded with spring mechanisms that are adjustable to provide only the required amount of stretch.

Thumb Splints

These splints are designed for thumb deformities or injuries and help in reducing pain and inflammation. They come in various styles to address different types of thumb injuries. The Push MetaGrip CMC Thumb Brace, and comfort cool thumb CMC abduction orthosis are the perfect examples for treating thumb injuries.

Solutions for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome, a common disorder, affects many individuals and happens when there is too much pressure on a particular nerve in hand called the median nerve. This pressure reduces the passage of nerve impulse signals to the thumb and fingers, resulting in symptoms such as tingling, discomfort, or numbness. If you have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome by your doctor, he or she can suggest you wear a special brace. In certain situations, the brace can need to be worn at night only.
You will also be recommended to wear a brace when doing certain activities, such as typing on a computer. Carpal tunnel syndrome brace options include special gloves that help relieve pressure on the median nerve, as well as more traditional wrist-supporting braces.

Braces for Arthritis Sufferers

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that slowly breaks down the lubrication and lining of the joints. Several individuals experience osteoarthritis  In the fingertips, thumb, or wrist, leading to discomfort and stiffness. There are several therapies that are available for hand or wrist arthritis. Some people benefit from wearing braces as a single treatment tool or when used alongside other treatments methods. They may also make it easier for you to perform certain tasks.

At HPFY we bring to you a vast collection of finger and thumb splints. Carpal tunnel wrist support with thumb and finger splints, neoprene supports, trigger finger braces, index finger supports, and more in most simple to complex designs. Popular ones include Rolyan Sof Stretch Extension Finger Splint, Rolyan Neoprene Thumb Support or the Deroyal LMB Spring Finger Extension Splint all at attractive discounts. Buy today to get the best deal!

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