Finger splints are used to hold your finger in place to keep it from moving, especially when it is sprained or broken. They can also be used to increase the range of motion of a finger that is stuck in a bent position and needs constant stretching. It is an important treatment for hand-function rehabilitation. It is often designed and produced by occupational therapists. This is basically a device to brake, support, and correct damaged, thought, and deformed body structures, and to maintain and promote joint activity.
The recommended amount of time to wear a finger splint varies from 2-3 days to up to 6-8 weeks depending on the type of injury. Severe finger injuries, like bone fractures or torn ligaments, might require 6-8 weeks to keep the finger in place while the tissues heal.
A variety of our splints are available to treat finger injuries. Our Finger Splints are designed to be used to hold fingers straight or to be bent into a curved position for maximum comfort.
Incorporate with foam padding allows air to circulate, aiding in healing. Supports and protects finger throughout the healing process.
More functions of finger splint is used to correct the flexion contracture of the inter-phalangeal joint; the PIP joint extension is assisted (for example, after the central iliac crest repair); after the collateral ligament laceration, the PIP joint exercises; the anti-obstructive PIP joint flexion is provided.
- Keep monitoring blood circulation of the limb if one of the following occurs :
- Increased pain
- Numbness of hands and feet, numbness after activity
- The finger or toe activity of the injured limb is limited or causes severe pain when active
- Do not loosen the splint privately to avoid fracture displacement or fracture
- Prevent the fracture from being displaced again, protect the affected limb after injury, prevent external force collision or other causes of fracture displacement.
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NGL-3001 (Curved First Aid Aluminium Finger Splint)
Curved First Aid Aluminium Finger Splint, NGL-3001
Hand Splint To Keep Fingers Straight Features and Benefits:
Maintains inter-phalangeal joints in correct position curing distal joint injuries
Malleable aluminium splint can be fold to hold finger
Can be folded to accommodate various size fingers
Foam padding assures a comfortable fit
NGL-3005 (Baseball Finger Splint, Finger in Alignment)
Baseball Finger Splint, NGL-3005
Mallet finger is an injury to the thin tendon that straightens the end joint of a finger or thumb. Although it is also known as “baseball finger,” this injury can happen to anyone when an unyielding object (like a ball) strikes the tip of a finger or thumb and forces it to bend further than it is intended to go. As a result, you are not able to straighten the tip of your finger or thumb on your own.
Collateral ligament injuries of Distal Interphalangeal joint Hyperflexion injuries (bent finger back Crush injuries to the fingers
NGL-3008 (Stack Finger Splint Brace for Broken Finger)
Stack Finger Splint Brace for Broken Finger, NGL-3008
A stack finger splint is used when various medical conditions force the finger joint closest to the nail to become constantly bent. The splint fits on the edge of the finger and goes past the offending bent joint. It forces the joint to remain in an unbent position, while allowing the other joints to bend freely. Our stack splints are made of premium grade plastic material to enhance its durability.
NGL-3012 (Finger Extension Splint, Stainless Steel Spiral Spring)
Finger Extension Splint, NGL-3012
Spring Coil Finger Extension Splint Indication:
Volar capsular fibrosis of the IP joint and flexor tendon adherence with damaged extensor tendon “boutonniere” deformity.
This is ideal to use for Finger Joint Stretch Problem.