Wrist and Forearm Splints Causes and Recovery Period

Wrist and forearm splints may be suggested for people with weak wrists or for those that have been previously injured, for tendonitis wrist support and even as a preventative for those who awaken in the morning with pain or numbness after sleeping on their hands at night. The best orthopedic wrist braces for carpal tunnel syndrome, occupational stabilization and relief from the pain of wrist strains and sprains. This Right hand wrist and forearm splint from tynor is meant to be used among patients suffering from any injury or sprain in these regions. The splint is meant to provide controlled compression in various orthopaedic conditions. The splint immobilizes the area that helps in a speedier recovery. It has anatomical thumb opening that allows free movement of the thumb. It provides a lot of comfort and is easily breathable.

 Wrist and Forearm Splint Right-LeftForearm splint is the term used to describe the forearm pain similarly the pain of lower leg over the shin is known as shin splints. Forearm splint describes the painful disease of elbow or wrist joint. Continuous pain in forearm is often caused by tendonitis, joint injury or hairline fracture of forearm bones (proximal radius or ulna near elbow joint). Overstretching of the elbow joint often causes forearm injury. Symptoms consist of a dull pain in the forearm. Pain is minor initially but increases as activity continues. Often pin-pointed to the dorsal or back of the hand side of the forearm, mid-way between the wrist and elbow. The patient may experience weakness in the wrist extensor muscles and tenderness deep in the forearm. Pain may be reproduced by attempting to bend the wrist backwards against resistance.

They provided wrist splints are used in different medical institutions and hospitals for management of hand fractures. Our offered wrist splints are manufactured by skilled professionals using optimum quality basic material and advanced technology as per the set norms of market. As well, these wrist splints can be availed in various sizes as per the needs of our prestigious customers.  Wrist and Forearm Splint Right-Left is designed to immobilize and provide firm and comfortable support to hand and wrist in various orthopedic conditions. It maintains the wrist in the functional position.

Aesthetically appealing.

Customizable splint.

Perfect immobilization.

Controlled compression.

Anatomical thumb opening.

Wrist & Forearm Splint (Right/Left) Features

Made out of PUF fused Matty fabric


Excellent aesthetics

Improved comfort

Enhanced life.

Removable, Aluminum Splints

Customized fitting

Required degree of dorsi-flexion can be achieved

Very good grip and immobilization

Design features

Long length of the brace, ensures enhanced immobilization

Brace abuts the Palmer crease , allows free finger movement.

Elegant tabs , allow easy application and removal

Elegant tabs, also enhance the aesthetics of the product.

Black Color, enhances the aetheticsWrist Brace with Thumb

Wrist and forearm splints Causes

Forearm splints are most common is those who repeatedly use their Wrist Brace with Thumb, but especially for fast, powerful movements. Common examples include weight lifters, cricketers, baseball players and gymnasts. Both shin and forearm splints are caused by microtrauma to the muscular attachments to the bone, in particular the periosteum which covers the bone.

Recovery Period of Wrist and foearm splints

Forearm splint or forearm pain may last for 4 to 6 week depending on cause of the pain. Tendonitis and muscle pain may last for 2 to 4 weeks. Bones and joint pain may last for 4 to 6 weeks. In most of the cases forearm splint is used for 2 to 4 weeks during the period when patient is suffering with severe pain.


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