PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint RH025

Author: PhysioRoom.com

The PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint The PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint is an adjustable lightweight cast which protects the wrist and thumb following fractures and sprains. This removable product can be used as a splint and is ideal for use on healing wrists and thumb ligament injuries and after surgery. The plastic shell and spica acts as a cast to protect and immobilize the wrist and thumb But compared to a plaster cast, the PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint is far easier to wear and can be taken off to wash and carry out supervised exercises.

This aids the healing process There are three adjustable Velcro straps which need to be undone before putting the brace on. These can be fastened for an individual fit. The thumb is held in place by a Velcro loop at the top of the brace. This helps the thumb to be kept against the splint. The PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint is available in all sizes and can be purchased for the left or right hand.

So order your PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint today.

PhysioRoom.com Wrist Brace with Thumb Splint RH025

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