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FLA Orthopedics - Soft Form Wrist Support 22-56 FLA Healwell Grip Splint WHFO FLA Aircast Tennis Elbow Support
  • Provides support to weak or injured writs
  • Easy and comfortable to wear
  • Inconspicuous to wear
  • Stabilizes wrist and retains shape
  • Easy to apply
  • Fits both right or left wrist/hand
  • Padded air cell increases effective pressure
  • Comfortable and breathable material
  • Soft, non-slip and absorbent foam
BodySport 3 in. Universal Wrist Wrap BodySport Neoprene Wrist Support with Thumb Loop BodySport Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support
  • Provides warmth and compression
  • Available in black or white
  • Universal size fits most
  • One size fits most.
  • Ambidextrous.
  • Machine washable
  • Specify left or right wrist.
  • One support strap per package.
  • Lasts up to 10,000 Velco closures.
BodySport Universal Ankle/Wrist Support FLA Tether Thumb Stabilizer FLA ProLite 8" Wrist Splint with Abducted Thumb
  • Universal Ankle/Wrist Support
  • Adaptable to relieve wrist, hand or ankle pain
  • Easy to apply
  • Ideal treatment for sports injuries
  • Breathable wrist wrap for additional comfort.
  • Available in 3 sizes
  • Provides complete immobilization
  • Medial thumb stay stabilizes thumb
  • Light & breathable
FLA Carpal Mate Wrist Support
FLA Carpal Mate Wrist Support
Our Price: $28.93

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  • Prevents dropping of the wrist
  • Full finger and hand dexterity
  • One size fits most
   
 

Some people might consider that carpal tunnel syndrome is a new condition of the information technology age, born from long hours of computer keyboarding. But carpal tunnel syndrome isn't new. Evidence of people experiencing signs and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome occurs in medical records dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. The splints that we offer will help to ease the pain or numbness due to carpel tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, a sprain, and much more. If you have any questions, please call our experts at 866-218-0902 today!

You might also want to try wearing a wrist splint at night and avoid sleeping on your hands to help ease the pain or numbness in your wrists and hands. The splint should be snug but not tight.