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FINGER ORTHESIS

1) Static finger splints

It restricts movement and provides comfort to the patient with its ergonomic supports.

Where Used:

  • Tendinitis
  • Mild to moderate strain and sprain
  • Post-injury pain and swelling
  • Fractures, dislocations
  • Tendon ruptures/cuts/tears
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis
  • Post-operative support

Varieties:

 

Mallet (hammer) finger splint: It is used in hammer toe deformity due to extensor tendon injury/rupture. The middle joint (PIP) is free, while the end joint (DIP) is fixed.

Baseball finger splint: It is used to keep the finger in extension in case of extensor tendon injury/rupture.

Toad finger splint: It is used to hold the finger in the desired position.

Oval 8 finger splint: It is used to support the required joint and keep the finger in the desired position.

Finger straps: Used to fix the finger.

2) Dynamic finger splints

It provides full range of motion of the joints by assisting the extension (opening) or flexion (bending) movements.

Wrist Orthoses

Wrist orthoses are supportive products used in painful conditions of the wrist, fractures and dislocations, and post-operative situations. The aim is to restrict movement, to provide complete immobility when necessary, and to support recovery. Physician should choose the appropriate orthosis for the patients.

Varieties:

Wrist splints restrict movement and provide comfort to the patient with their ergonomic support.

Where Used:

  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome
  • Tendinitis
  • Mild to moderate strain and sprain
  • Post-injury pain and swelling
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Healing processes after plaster

Thumb supported hand splints restrict wrist and thumb movement.

Where Used:

  • Pain, swelling, inflammation
  • Attrition, arthrosis
  • Thumb ligament injury (skier's thumb)
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Overstrain
  • Feeling of instability
  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome
  • Sprain, dislocation

Thumb splints support both joints of the thumb, restricting its movement.

Where Used:

  • Pain in the thumb, swelling, inflammation
  • Wear and osteoarthritis of the thumb basal joint
  • De Quervain's disease (tenosynovitis of the thumb extensor)
  • Ligament damage (skier's thumb)
  • Sprain

Carpal Tunnel splints immobilize the wrist. With a metal part, it specifically limits flexion and lateral movement.

Where Used:

  • Wear (arthrosis)
  • Pain, swelling, inflammation
  • Tenosynovitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Sprain
  • Dislocation
  • Swelling and inflammation after injury or surgery
  • Low hand, nerve palsy

Long opponens splints prevent damage and deformity by limiting the movements of the hand and wrist, for this purpose they include the whole hand and wrist.

Where Used:

  • For protection after fractures
  • Paralyzed patients
  • Situations where the hand should be rested

Inhibitory wrist splints are orthoses used to prevent the development of contracture by making the hand functional in the limitation of movement caused by spasticity.

Where Used:

  • Spasticity
  • For protection after fractures
  • Paralyzed patients
  • Situations where the hand should be rested