Finger Flexion Splint

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Dynamic Digit Extension Tube Splint

The Dynamic Digit Extension Tube Splint is a finger extension splint designed for use with individuals with disabilities of the fingers. This tube-shaped splint has a rubber spring on the volar surface to help extend the finger and mobilize stiff joints without putting pressure on the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint. Made of heavy-duty neoprene, the tube is flexible for limited mobility of the finger. SIZES: Extra small, small, medium, and large.

Finger Extension Assist (Type 504)

The Finger Extension Assist, Type 504, is a finger flexion splint designed to correct boutonniere deformity and to treat proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint tightness. This orthosis is similar to the Finger Extension Assist Type 501 (see separate entry) but is shorter and stronger. Size is determined by measuring the volar surface distance from metacarpal phalangeal (MP) crease to distal finger crease, and should be done by a therapist. SIZES: X-Small (##5700, AA), Small (##5701, A), Medium (##

Finger Extension Assist, Type 501 (##5389 - ##5393)

The Finger Extension Assist, Type 501, is a wire and foam dynamic finger extension splint designed to lift the PIP joint from the flexed position back to the extended position. This adjustable orthosis is sized by measuring the extended finger from the distal palmar crease to the distal finger crease; see a therapist for correct fitting measurements. SIZES: X-Small (##5389, AA), Small (##5390, A), Medium (##5391, B), Large (##5392, C), and X-Large (##5393, D). DIMENSIONS: From X-Small to X-Large

Joint Cinch Strap

The Joint Cinch is a finger flexion splint strap designed for use with individuals with disabilities of the fingers. This strap aids in restoring passive finger flexion using steady, non-elastic force. This strap can be applied in a variety of ways to accommodate degrees of finger extension contractures. SIZES: One size. DIMENSIONS (WxL): 0.5 x 18 inches.

Knuckle Bender Splint

The Knuckle Bender Splint is a finger flexion splint designed for use by individuals with disabilities of the fingers. This splint simultaneously flexes the metacarpal phalangeal (MCP) joints of all digits without blocking interphalangeal (IP) or wrist motion. Constructed of stainless steel with felt pads, the splint uses the strength of the rubber bands to determine traction force. SIZES: Extra small, small, medium, large, and extra large.

Lmb Acu-Spring Finger Extension Assist

The LMB Acu-Spring finger Extension Assist is a finger extension and flexion splint designed for use by individuals with joint tightness or flexion contractures. Made with high-quality Wire-Foam construction for a customized fit, this splint is useful for regaining the last few degrees of PIP extension. Tension is adjustable by careful bending and the axis of motion is close to the PIP joint to maintain splint alignment. This splint provides 12 ounces of force with 15 degrees flexion and approxi

Lmb Acu-Spring Pip Extension Assist

The LMB Acu-Spring PIP Extension Assist is a finger extension and flexion splint designed for use by individuals with joint tightness or flexion contractures. Made with high-quality Wire-Foam construction for a customized fit, this splint extends the PIP joint while not interfering with the MP joint. Tension is adjustable by careful bending and the splint provides 12 ounces of force with 15 degrees flexion and approximately 6 pounds of force with 90 degrees of flexion. SIZES: Extra-small, small,

Lmb Light Extension Finger Spring

The LMB Spring PIP Extension Assist is a finger extension and flexion splint designed for use by individuals with crush injuries, burns, or boutonniere deformity. Made with high-quality Wire-Foam construction for a customized fit, this splint extends the PIP or DIP joint. Tension is adjustable by careful bending and the splint provides 1.75 pounds of force with full flexion and approximately 1 pound of force with full extension. SIZES: Extra-small, small, medium, large, or extra-large.

Lmb Spring Finger Extension Assist

The LMB Spring Finger Extension Assist is a finger extension and flexion splint designed for use by individuals with finger flexion tightness or boutonniere deformity. Made with high-quality Wire-Foam construction for a customized fit, this splint extends the PIP joint with a slight extension effect on MP joint. Tension is adjustable by careful bending and the splint provides 8 ounces of force with 15 degrees flexion and approximately 4 pounds of force with 90 degrees of flexion. SIZES: Extra-sm

Lmb Spring Pip Extension Assist

The LMB Spring PIP Extension Assist is a finger extension and flexion splint designed for use by individuals with PIP tightness or boutonniere deformity. Made with high-quality Wire-Foam construction for a customized fit, this splint extends the PIP joint while not interfering with the MP joint. Tension is adjustable by careful bending and the splint provides 8 ounces of force with 15 degrees flexion and approximately 4 pounds of force with 90 degrees of flexion. SIZES: Extra-small, small, mediu

Merit Final Finger Flexion Kit

The MERiT Final Finger Flexion Kit is a finger flexion splint kit designed for use with individuals with disabilities of the hand or fingers. This splint aids in achieving end range flexion of the metacarpal phalangeal (MCP), proximal interphalangeal (PIP), and distal interphalangeal (DIP) joints simultaneously. The static progressive component can be used with a single finger or modified to accommodate multiple digits or the MCP or IP joint of the thumb. The splint delivers sustainted controll

Merit Static-Progressive Component

The MERiT Static-Progressive Component is a finger extension or flexion component designed for use by individuals with disabilities of the fingers. This metal component aids in gaining flexion or extension of the joints of the thumb, finger, wrist, or elbow. The unit provides direct controlled static tension for use in place of dynamic graded springs or rubber band splinting. Tension of pull can be adjusted by simply turning the thumb screw.

Phoenix Single Finger Outrigger

The Phoenix Single Finger Outrigger is a finger flexion or extension splint designed for use with individuals with hand disabilities. Slotted pulleys easily adjust to maintain a 90-degree angle of pull. Useful when only one or two digits are involved, this kit includes five outriggers, five pre-tied finger slings, five rubber band posts, and one hex wrench.

Pip / Dip Finger Flexion Strap

The Pip/Dip Finger Flexion Strap is a finger flexion splint designed for use by individuals with finger injuries or disabilities. Constructed of leather with a hook and loop strap, this orthotic hold the pip and dip joints in flexion. The strap is adjustable for comfort and increased range. SIZES: One size.

Rolyan Biodynamic Flexion / Extension Component (Model A572002)

The Rolyan Biodynamic Flexion/Extension Component, model A572002) are finger flexion and extension splints designed for use with the Rolyan Gauntlet (see entry). This set is designed for use with a single finger and includes a monofilament that acts like a tendon, providing traction for metacarpal phalangeal (MCP), proximal interphalangeal (PIP), and distal interphalangeal (DIP) composite joint flexion. The set includes finger wraps with monofilament, line guide, tension-adjustable connecting

Rolyan Biodynamic Flexion / Extension System (Model A572001)

The Rolyan Biodynamic Flexion/Extension System, model A572001, is a finger extension/flexion component for splints. System can be used following tendon repairs and grafts, crush injuries, nerve repairs, burns, or to help reduce IP stifness. The included monofilament acts like a tendon, providing dynamic traction for flexion or extension of the involved digit or digits. The set includes finger wraps with monofilament, line guide, and tension-adjustable connecting piece for one finger, and wrist a

Rolyan Flexion Finger Spring (Models A54210-A54224)

The Rolyan Flexion Finger Spring, models A54210 thru A54224 are finger extension splints designed to assist with finger flexion. Designed to flex the PIP joint without interfering with the metacarpal phalangeal (MCP) joint, these splints leave the distal phalanx free to allow functional use of the finger pad. Lateral springs can be worn on the distal or ulnar side of the digit and the springs can be bent to adjust tension. SIZES: Extra small, small, medium, large, or extra large. COLOR: Black o

Rolyan Individual Units For Flexion And Extension (Model A6012)

Rolyan Individual Units for Flexion and Extension, model A6012, are finger flexion or extension splints designed for use by individuals with hand disabilities. Useful when one or two digits are involved, this kit provides small, pre-bent outriggers that can be placed over the metacarpals or on the fingers. Each outrigger holds one rod adjuster/extender rod unit for precise positioning of the MCP, DIP, or PIP joints. The complete kit includes five pre-bent outriggers, rod adjusters, rods, tip pro

Rolyan Pip Ligament Repair Splint

The Rolyan Pip Ligament Repair Splint is a finger extension splint designed to allow active proximal interphalangeal (PIP) flexion and extension while limiting radial and ulnar deviation of the PIP joint. In addition, a polycentric hinge is designed to prevent splint movement during flexion. The splint is constructed low-gauge, padded aluminum and can be modified with pliers. It comes complete with straps and fits the left or right finger. SIZES: Determined by circumference of PIP joint. The sma

Rolyan Pip, Dip Finger Flexion Strap (Model 553283)

The Rolyan PIP, DIP Flexion Strap, model 553283, is a finger flexion splint designed for use by individuals with disabilities of the fingers. This adjustable leather hook-and-loop strap holds the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) and distal interphalangeal (DIP) joints in flexion. SIZES: One size.

Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Flexion Splint

The Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Flexion Splint is designed for use for individuals with finger extension contractures. Full composite proximal interphalangeal (PIP) or distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint flexion can be achieved. Made of Aquaplast-T material (see also separate entry) with a self-adhesive Plastazote liner, this splint is pre-assembled and ensures even pressure distribution for comfort. SIZES: Extra extra small, extra small, small, medium, large, or extra large.

Saebostretch

The SaeboStretch is a dynamic hand and wrist splint designed for use by individuals with neurological injuries such as stroke or traumatic brain injury. The SaeboStretch allows the fingers to move through flexion caused by associated reactions and tone. In addition, it utilizes a low-load, long-duration stretch to return the fingers to the desired position. The splint prevents deformity, joint damage, hypermobility, and contractures. The SaeboStretch includes three interchangeable hand pieces, e

Siris Boutonniere Splint

The Siris Boutonniere Splint is a finger extension splint designed for use by individuals with arthritis, hypermobile joints, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and other injuries or disabilities of the fingers. Made of sterling silver, these double-loop elliptically-shaped splints are designed for use with severe hyperextension (greater than 20 degrees) of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint or distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint or when subluxation of the joint occurs. Worn on the finger

Siris Lateral Support Splint

The Siris Lateral Support Splint is a finger extension splint designed for use by individuals with arthritis, hypermobile joints, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and other injuries or disabilities of the fingers. Made of sterling silver, these double-loop elliptically-shaped splints are designed to correct lateral deviation and block hyper extension of the joint, while allowing full flexion. The lateral support, which is the fulcrum point of the splintis always placed on the side opposite th

Siris Realignment Splint

The Siris Realignment Splint is a finger flexion splint designed for use by individuals with arthritis, hypermobile joints, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and other injuries or disabilities of the fingers. Made of sterling silver, these double-loop elliptically-shaped splints are designed to correct lateral deviation, flexion reducible to neutral, or enlarged or fusiform-shaped PIP joints. Available in regular, extra-width, and extra-strength models, these splints can be adjusted by the we

Siris Trigger Splint

The Siris Trigger Splint is a finger flexion splint designed for use by individuals with arthritis, hypermobile joints, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and other injuries or disabilities of the fingers. Made of sterling silver and available in regular and extra-strength models, this splint is designed to relieve chronic recurring flexor tenosynovitis in the palm be restricting metacarpal phalangeal (MCP) flexion. This helps avoid clicking or locking in the flexor tendon in the A1 and/or A2 p

Spring Coil Extension Assist (Type 502)

The Spring Coil Extension Assist, Type 502, is a finger extension splint (also called a Capener or Wynn Parry Splint) used to lift the finger into the extended position. The orthosis features wire and foam construction and adjustable tension. Sizing is determined by measuring the extended finger from distal palmar crease to distal finger joint crease, and should be done by a therapist. SIZES: Small (##5450, A), Medium (##5451, B), Large (##5452, C) and X-Large (##5453, D). DIMENSIONS: From Small

Spring Coil Long Finger Assist (Type 505)

The Spring Coil Long Finger Assist, Type 505, is a finger extension splint designed to extend the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint and the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint simultaneously for persons with tightness affecting both flexor tendons of the finger. This foam and wire orthosis features adjustable tension. Size of orthosis is determined by measuring from the distal palmar crease to the mid-distal phalanx, and should be done by a therapist. SIZES: Small (##5706, A), Medium (##5707,

Parent Category: Finger Orthoses
 
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