Wrist splint is support medical equipment designed for bringing comfort to an injured hand especially focusing on the wrist area.
The wrist splint is made of a combination of spandex and open cell urethane. These materials provide superior strength alongside comfort. They are also flexible to allow movement of specific pars to let the wearer proceed with daily duties. For example, the wrist splint allows palmar flexion in case the thumb is immobilized. The patient can therefore, make a wide range of motions with the hand.
The equipment is designed to help you work constructively while nursing an injury.
The wrist splint comes with adjustable straps to fit a wide range of hand sizes. The adjustments also help to apply and relieve pressure amounts on the hand for stability and comfort.
It comes with spaces to allow movement of fingers. This means the wearer can still proceed with delicate chores such as using a phone and simple daily routines.
The firm support keeps the hand from accidental movements that may slow down the healing process. This static feature is made possible by use of spandex. The material keep tight pressure but still allows intentional flexibility for proper blood circulation.