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Universal Wrist and Thumb Splint

Ideal in treating De Quervain's Syndrome, Gamekeeper's Thumb, and carpometacarpal instabilities
  • Features same construction and ease-of-use as wrist extension splints, with addition of adjustable thumb stay
  • Perfect for immobilizing the thumb during the healing process
  • Allows full range of motion for the fingers

Specifications

  • Hook straps with D-ring closures
  • 8-inch splint, available for Left and Right wrists
  • Unique sizing system fits most wrists
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