Hasten healing and prevent re-injury by supporting and protecting your wrist and palm in a comfortable brace. Relieve pain and swelling from arthritis, carpal tunnel, tendonitis, surgery, sprains and strains. Reversible design adjusts to fit both the right and left hand and most hand sizes. Three removable splints provide extra support to increase comfort and stability. Breathable neoprene blend will keep your skin comfortable and cool all day. Extra secure fastening straps ensure the brace will not slip or twist while wearing.
Yes, the wrist brace is designed to fit most individuals.
The wrist brace is universally designed to easily adjust, fitting most hand and wrist sizes.
Yes, the wrist brace provides stabilizing support and adjustable compression to relieve carpal tunnel pain.
This brace is designed to be worn on either hand.
Yes, the brace can be worn while exercising, though it may be necessary to remove the splints for greater flexibility.
Yes, the brace can be comfortably worn while you sleep.
Because the brace is made with a lightweight, breathable neoprene, it will keep your hand comfortably dry, day or night.
The thumb opening is 35 mm in diameter.
Yes, this brace provides stabilizing support and adjustable compression to promote healing following surgery.
Yes! The wrist support leaves your fingers and thumb free to more easily complete everyday tasks, such as typing and moving a mouse.
The brace does contain a place to include two splints, one metal splint that fits in your palm and two plastic splints that fits along the back of your hand.
Yes! To clean your brace, first remove the splints, then hand wash in cold water and air dry.
The brace is designed to stabilize the wrist, limiting movement, however, it does not restrict movement entirely.
Although occasional wetness from splashing water, rain, etc. will not harm the brace, it is not recommended for water-based activities such as swimming.
First, insert the aluminum splints into the pocket next to the rings so that the angle will contour to the palm of the affected hand. Insert the plastic splints into the opposite pocket. Ensure that the aluminum splint is angled down towards the brace for a proper fit.
Yes, the bend will contour to your palm for a superior fit and better compression.
Insert your thumb through the thumb hole. Loop the fastening straps through the rings on the brace. Secure the fastening straps. Tighten the straps as necessary to adjust compression.
The wrist brace relieves pain, inflammation and swelling caused by arthritis, carpal tunnel, tendonitis, repetitive stress injury, post-surgery, sprains and strains.