Features of Brownmed IMAK RSI Pil-O-Splint
- Helps relieve tingling and numbness from CTS
- Keeps wrist and hand in a neutral position during sleep
- ErgoBeads cushion and protect the wrist
- Two rigid splints prevent the hand from being held in a harmful position while sleeping
- Soft cotton lining and cushioning foam allow the skin to breathe
- Two dorsal splints, ergoBeads filled resting pad for palm, soft foam, and poly flannel covering
- Effective for repetitive strain injuries
- Ideal for daily activities:
What to buy with Pil-O-Splint Carpal Tunnel Night Splint
FAQs About Pil-O-Splint Night Splint For Hand
1. Is wearing a night splint for carpal tunnel helpful?
Many people with mild to moderate carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) wear a splint at night for a few weeks. The splint holds the joint in a neutral position. The symptoms are worse at night because your hand is more likely to bend while you're sleeping. The splint prevents this from happening.
2. How many hours should you wear a splint for carpal tunnel?
To achieve the best stability and recovery from CTS, a wrist splint should be worn only at night while sleeping.
3. How to elevate the hands while sleeping?
Lie down on your back and elevate your affected arm on the hip abduction pillow. If your hand is more swollen than the rest of your arm, elevate your hand on a larger pillow than the rest of your arm.
4. How tight should a carpal tunnel night splint for hand be?
A carpal tunnel brace should be tight enough to be secure but not so tight that it's uncomfortable.
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