The revolutionary Carpal Comfort Wrist Splint was specially designed to protect your wrist while enhancing hand function. Its streamlined contour supports the wrist and fingers in the optimal position for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, while its dorsally-positioned support bar gives your hand the freedom you need to type, write, grasp and get through your day, in comfort!
Features of the Carpal Comfort Wrist Splint:
- Lightweight and streamlined design
- Dorsally-positioned support bar leaves the palm of the hand free
- Adjustable contour to fit all wrist shapes and sizes
- Well-padded, non-slip
- Machine Washable
- Made is the USA with medical-grade materials
- The splint is available in LEFT and RIGHT versions
While the Carpal Comfort Wrist Splint was specifically designed to alleviate the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, this splint can also be used for wrist tendinitis or sprains.
Carpal Comfort Wrist Splint
Other Leading Carpal Tunnel Wrist Splints
Other leading wrist splints are no match!
1. Your palm is left open, allowing you to perform daily activities with ease!
Unlike other Splints, the rigid bar is on the dorsal (upper) side of the wrist and hand, leaving the palm-side of the hand free! This design immobilizes the wrist while allowing maximal hand function for typing, using a mouse, and holding a phone or a beverage.
2. Adjust the splint so that the fit is just right for you!
The rigid dorsal bar can be easily bent and contoured to suit your anatomy, or the position of your keyboard. We recommend visiting your physician or physiotherapist to ensure the bar has been contoured (adjusted) appropriately for you!
3. The wrist splint works to reduce carpal tunnel pressure (and alleviate the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) 3 different ways!
(i) Allows for prolonged use; it doesn’t interfere with your daily activities so you won’t want to remove it throughout the day.
Wear it more often and for longer, throughout the day and while you sleep. You won’t need to remove the splint to type or use a mouse!
(ii) Prevents hyperextension of the knuckles, which is a common occurrence while typing.
The rigid dorsal bar extends over the knuckles of the middle and ring fingers. The index and small fingers are left free. This extension can be flexed or straightened as needed. This section of the bar prevents repetitive hyperextension of the knuckle joints, which is common while typing. Hyperextending the knuckles has been demonstrated to increase carpal tunnel pressure, and make the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome more severe.
(iii) Keeps your wrist in place and angled in an optimal position to minimize carpal tunnel pressure.
Your wrist will be angled in a position that is clinically proven to reduce carpal tunnel pressure.