In our Wrist and Thumb Support category, we offer a curated selection of high-quality wrist braces, wrist support braces, wrist splints, thumb splints, and general wrist support solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of healthcare professionals.
Wrist Braces: Explore our collection of wrist braces designed to provide optimal support for various conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome. Crafted with precision, these braces offer comfort and stability, promoting the healing process.
Wrist Support Braces: Our wrist support braces are expertly crafted to offer the right balance of compression and support, ideal for aiding recovery or preventing injuries. Choose from a range of styles and designs to suit your specific requirements.
Thumb Splints: Address thumb-related discomfort with our thumb splints, designed to stabilize and support the thumb joint. These splints are perfect for managing conditions that require immobilization or protection.
Answers to Common Questions:
How long to wear a wrist brace after cast removal: After cast removal, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice. Generally, the duration of wearing a wrist brace post-cast removal varies based on the type and severity of the injury. Our healthcare experts recommend following their guidance for a safe and effective recovery.
How to wear wrist brace with thumb: To wear a wrist brace with thumb support correctly, position the brace over your wrist with the thumb hole aligned. Insert your thumb through the designated opening, ensuring a snug fit. Fasten any straps or closures securely, adjusting for comfort. Refer to the product-specific instructions for additional guidance.
How to wash wrist brace with metal: Washing a wrist brace with metal components requires careful attention. Remove any removable metal parts if possible. Hand wash the brace using a mild detergent and lukewarm water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or hot water. Allow the brace to air dry completely before reassembling or using it. Refer to the product's care instructions for specific guidelines.
The 3pp Wrist POP (Point of Pressure) Splint applies adjustable compression over the distal ulna and a counterpoint of pressure under the distal radius for stability and effective treatment of triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) injuries, ulnar-sided wrist pain, and distal radioulnar joint instability.
Actimove® Manus Forte is a highly breathable, stabilising wrist brace. A removable aluminium splint on the volar side of the hand, in combination with two plastic stays on the dorsal side provide support of the wrist in neutral position.
To provide support to the wrist and when indicated, limit movement of the wrist. Low profile elasticised support made from a durable and lightweight cotton/lycra mix. It features an aluminium palmar stay to allow for contouring for individual patients.
The BioSkin DP2 Wrist Brace is designed to be the most comfortable and functional wrist brace around. It features a thin layer of moisture-wicking microfleece around the skin and across the sensitive area between your thumb and fingers to keep you cool, dry, and comfortable.
The BioSkin DP3 Wrist Brace is designed to be the most comfortable and functional wrist brace around. It features a thin layer of moisture-wicking microfleece around the skin and across the sensitive area between your thumb and fingers to keep you cool, dry, and comfortable.
The Breathoprene Wrist Splint has been redesigned to meet the needs of many therapists. Unlike neoprene or perforated neoprene, breathoprene material allows air through and wicks perspiration away from the skin for enhanced comfort and compliance.
Gladiator Wrist Orthosis is designed to provide complete and adjustable immobilisation making this ideal option for sprains, injuries and postsurgical distal fractures. Made of perforated Ariaprene®, a breathable eco-friendly alternative to neoprene. This unique material provides the perfect. Designed with four removable, bendable aluminium stays for a customized fit. Anatomical design allows full finger function.
To provide support to the wrist and when indicated, limit movement of the wrist. An elasticised nylon brace with a removable aluminium palmar spoon, velcro closures dorsally and a unique non-elastic wrist strap.
The GelFlex Wrist features a contoured polymer gel pad specially formulated with medical grade mineral oil. Ideal for post-operative scar management, protection from friction and pressure, or Return To Work activities.
Ideal for post-radial nerve injuries, fracture, or spastic neurological conditions. Bunnell™ Combination Oppenheimer with Dynamic Wrist and IP Extension Orthosis provides dynamic wrist, finger and thumb extension to open the hand while allowing active flexion.
Orthologix Paediatric Wrist Brace provides compression and support to injured and weak wrists. The secured, non-removable dorsal and palmar metal splints (safe for kids) allows for variable stabilisation of the wrist and hand.
D-ring wrist support with a soft dynamic thermoplastic insert. Made from specially designed material for clients with rheumatoid conditions. Measure the circumference at the wrist to determine the size.
Med Spec Tripod Wrist Lacer resists radial-ulnar deviation and controls flexion-extension. The Ulnar, palmar and dorsal aluminium stays work in concert to restrict radial-ulnar deviation and minimise flexion-extension of the wrist.
Exclusive to OPC, the VStrap has the versatility of a removable dorsal and palmar stay. Made with perforated suede and a polypropylene felt liner, the VStrap allows for moisture to evaporate away from the skin.
Selection Childrens Wrist is a standard wrist brace in a ”glove” version with two closing tabs attached to lacing on the ulnar side of the wrist. It have an adjustable thumb strap, and the shape is low cut in the palm area to allow for the bending zone. This model is also well cut around the thumb muscles to allow full movement of the thumb. It comes with a simple aluminium stay. It is intended to help guide the hand and wrist into a functinal position. To reduce pain in combination with inflammatory and rheumatic conditions. To reduce spasticity in hand and wrist in neurological conditions.