Alimed Dynamic Digit Finger Extensor Tube

Alimed Dynamic Digit Finger Extensor Tube

Brand/Manufacturer: ALIMED


  • Made in USA

Alimed Dynamic Digit Finger Extensor Tube is the better way to reduce PIP and DIP joint finger flexion contractures. This curved, banana-shaped, neoprene tube locates a 30-degree reverse angle under the PIP joint to simulate a spring-like mechanism. It distributes lift along the entire volar surface of the digit. This lift, combined with a constrictive factor at the distal end of the digit, eliminates the harmful pressure commonly experienced with other forms of extension splinting.

Dynamic Digit Finger Extensor Tube Highlights

  • Suitable for flexion contractures up to 80 degrees
  • Provides gentle, even force without splint shifting, misalignment or irritation
  • Effective without being tight
  • Ideal for use with acute injuries and post-surgical repairs of the PIP joints
  • Ideal to offset the PIP flexion in spinal cord injuries C7 or higher
  • For size, measure circumference of the PIP joint
  • Easy to put on

Item #DescPkg Price 
5473 X-Small Each $0.84
NC79068-2 Small Each $0.84
NC79068-3 Medium Each $0.84
NC79068-4 Medium Plus Each $0.84
NC79068-5 Large Each $0.84

Digit Finger Extensor Tube Features

  • Fights edema
    • Unlike traditional spring and jack-like devices, tube fits snugly around the digit, delivering warmth to help relax tight tendinous structures and remodel scar tissue
    • Circumferential pressure aids in restricting fluid to assist in edema reduction
  • Trim to length
    • The splint is mildly flexible, maintaining joint mobility and some functional use of the digit
    • Can be easily trimmed to length and contoured to fit the web space
  • Easy application
    • Fabric interior makes the tube easy to slip on and adds durability
    • Rubber exterior provides a grip surface to aid in application as well as a functional grip surface during daily activities
  • No pressure points
    • Tube may be worn for longer periods of time compared to other extension splints, due to its gentle force and distribution of pressure over a large area
  • Clinically proven:
    • Clinical tests have demonstrated superior performance compared to other extension devices, even showing success in digits that were unsuccessfully treated by other clinical means

Note: This finger brace contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions

What to buy with Alimed Dynamic Digit Finger Support

Uses of Alimed Finger Splint

  • Principal Use: Reduce PIP joint flexion contractures associated with acute injuries (such as sports injury sprains or postsurgical repair of the PIP joint)
  • Secondary Use: Offset constant positioning of fingers in PIP flexion as seen in spinal cord injury at the level of C7 or higher
  • Primary Diagnostic Group: Patients with post-acute injury to the hand when a flexion contracture has formed at the PIP joint

Alimed Finger Extensor Tube Specifications

SizesPIP Joint Circumference
X-Small1-3/4" to 2" (4.5cm to 5.1cm)
Small2" to 2-1/2" (5.1cm to 6.4cm)
Medium2-1/2" to 2-3/4" (6.4cm to 7.0cm)
Medium Plus2-3/4" to 3" (7.0cm to 7.6cm)
Large3" to 3-1/2" (7.6cm to 8.9cm)

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Is this suitable for post op rehab of dupuytrens palmar fasciectomy (now-existing) 25 degree pip contracture of little finger?
John Doe - 4/29/2016 1:48:21 AM
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It is the better way to reduce PIP and DIP joint finger flexion contractures. A curved, banana-shaped, neoprene tube locates a 30° reverse angle under the PIP joint, stimulating a spring-like mechanism
Customer Care - 5/20/2020 2:44:35 AM