Neoprene Finger Support with Metal Splint


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This support is built from a sturdy metallic splint and a soft neoprene material to prov­­ide the optimum compromise between support and comfort. The metal splint keeps the finger ridged, relieving the pressure from conditions such as trigger finger or arthritis, whereas the neoprene cover keeps the splint in place while massaging the region, helping improve blood circulation and decreasing recovery time.

The support is universal in sizing and can fit the Index, Middle and Ring fingers. The splint is not designed to support the thumb or little fingers.

The hook and loop straps are adjustable, allowing for complete customisability on the fitting and the amount of compression supplied by the splint.

Material: Neoprene (rubber) 50%, nylon 40%, polyester 10%, support: 100% aluminum, (contains latex).

Safety Information: These devices are meant to come into contact with unbroken skin only, are intended for a single patient, and are reusable. Please consult your doctor if you are unsure of your medical condition or if you are sensitive to neoprene or any other material listed in the "material composition" details box. After the first use, we recommend removing the support after one hour use to ensure that you are not sensitive to any materials used in the product. Do not wear with any creams or other substances that could react with the material. Do not use if you are allergic or have rubber allergy based sensitive skin. If the brace is too tight, we recommend exchanging the product for a better fit. Tight fitting can affect blood circulation and cause discomfort. The straps should overlap the material and the underside should not be exposed to the skin as this could cause scratching or skin irritation. The devices are simple to fit and function well if the instructions for use are followed. These splints are not recommended for use with crutches. How to clean: Hand wash and air dry the support regularly to maintain hygiene and avoid the build-up of bacteria in the region.


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