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SaeboStretch Hand Splint SaeboStretch Dynamic Hand Splint SaeboStretch Hand Plates

SaeboStretch Dynamic Hand Splint

Brand: SAEBO, INC SKU: 81555093
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Left, Small

SKU 81555093
$325.19 Each

Right, Small

SKU 81555127
$325.19 Each

Right, Medium

SKU 81555135
$363.29 Each

Right, Large

SKU 81555143
$363.29 Each

Left, Medium

SKU 81555101
$363.29 Each

Left, Large

SKU 81555119
$363.29 Each
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The Saebostretch Dynamic Resting Hand Splint improves the mobility of neurologically impaired patients and minimizes joint damage and pain. It consists of three interchangeable dynamic handpieces that can accommodate various levels of spasticity. Saebostretch provides comfortable stretch with its energy-storing technology to individuals suffering from spasticity. It allows the fingers to move through flexion caused by postural changes, associated reactions, and increased tone. It then gradually repositions the fingers into extension.


Total: $325.19

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SaeboStretch Dynamic Hand Splint Features

  • Patented stretch technology with three interchangeable energy-storing hand plates
  • Malleable wrist and thumb mount allows the therapist to further customize the fit
  • Exclusive strapping system optimizes control and ensures a precise fit by targeting key anatomical points
  • Comfortable non-slip cover and straps to keep fingers in the desired position
  • Adjustable thumb system to allow for radial and palmar adduction/abduction
  • Special padding to help maintain the integrity of the palmer arch
  • Cover features a zipper closure which can easily be removed for cleaning
  • Straps sewn to cover to maximize proper positioning and ease of donning

How to determine the correct starting wrist position?

  1. Passively position the involved wrist in flexion, keeping the MCP, PIP, and DIP joints in composite extension.
  2. Slowly bring the wrist into extension until you feel the first indication of resistance. Make note of this wrist angle. This is called R-1 (Resistance 1) and represents the initial wrist position for the SaeboStretch.
  3. Position the splint over the edge of the table and bend the wrist into the desired position (R-1)

Note: The wrist angle should not be positioned below -35 degrees of wrist flexion or above 35 degrees of wrist extension. This splint is designed so that at rest, the client’s fingers are in composite extension.

What to buy with SaeboStretch Dynamic Resting Hand Splint

What are the three types of SaeboStretch Hand Plates?

There are three different color-coded hand plates that offer various grades of resistance:

  • Yellow = minimal resistance
  • Red = moderate resistance
  • Blue = maximum resistance

How to change Hand Plates?

  1. Unzip the cover and remove it
  2. Loosen the screws (do not remove) using the screwdriver provided
  3. Remove the current hand plate and replace it with the desired hand plate
  4. Re-tighten the screws

When to change SaeboStretch Hand Plates?

  • The Saebo dynamic hand splint will be shipped with the red hand plate. After fitting the splint, have your client move, transfer, or ambulate while wearing the SaeboStretch to facilitate increased tone or an associated reaction
  • Reassess the position of the fingers. If there is no evidence of finger deviation or flexion (fingers pulling up) following the exertive activity, continue to use the red hand plate.
  • However, if any of the following occur, change to a yellow hand plate:
    • PIP joints pull out of the strap (i.e., flexion), and DIP joints hyperextend
    • PIP joints volarly sublux/hyperextend, and DIP joints flex
    • Fingers deviate
  • If at any time the above occurs, change to the hand plate that offers less resistance. It is important that the fingers are allowed to move through flexion to protect the IP joints
  • As the client’s tone in the long finger flexors improves, consider switching to a more resistive hand plate

When to use SaeboStretch Dynamic Hand Splint?

  • To position the hemiparetic hand following a neurological injury (i.e., stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury)
  • For use with patients that have minimum to moderate tone and soft tissue shortening
  • To provide low-load prolonged stretch
  • Moderate stiffness in the hand or wrist

Care and Cleaning Instructions

  • Unzip and remove the cover
  • Once the cover is off, remove the palmar pad from the base
  • Clean both the cover and the palmar pad with lukewarm water and mild detergent
  • Rinse thoroughly with cool water, wring out, and allow to air dry


  • Not for use with severe spasticity
  • Not recommended for use with severe contractures of the wrist and finger joints
  • Should not be used if open wounds, sores, or infected areas are present
  • Not for use with moderate or severe edema


  • SaeboStretch fitting is recommended by a licensed professional
  • Professionals should be educated on wearing schedules, skin assessment, and care procedures
  • Avoid over-tightening straps to prevent circulation issues
  • SaeboStretch's strapping system requires less tension for proper finger placement
  • Discontinue use if strap marks persist for 30 minutes after removal
  • Cease use if pressure areas, skin issues, pain, or numbness occur; consult a healthcare professional before resuming

User Manuals


Size Width across digits 2-5
Small 2-1/4" to 2-3/4"
Medium 2-3/4" to 3-1/4"
Large 3-1/4" to 4"

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