Best Selling Finger Splint

Finger splint is a medical device designed for the trigger-finger or injured dorsal part of the fingers. These splints are generally made of foam and aluminum. A Finger splint is applied to immobilize the finger while it heals from the injury or trigger. Rehab Store offers finger splints to be used when your fingers are broken, jammed, or stiffed. These best-selling finger splints can be applied from fingertips to the wrist. You can protect your finger from further damage by using the splints designed by our renowned manufacturers such as Patterson Medical, 3-Point Products Inc., Deroyal, North Coast Medical, etc.

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How to choose the right Finger Splint?

These finger splints come in a variety in terms of shape, size, curvature, and degree of immobility you need. Curved splints are good to wear in bone fractures while straight finger splints are best when you are suffering from fingertip injury.

How to use Finger Splints and Braces?

You do not require special training in the application of these finger splints. While applying the splint take care of these things:

  • Do not extend your finger more than your natural movement during application
  • It should not be too tight on your finger as forced straightening can injure it more
  • Secure or fastened the splint on the correct place where you need immobilization
  • Do not keep your finger splint wet
  • Keep the splint clean

Our Top-Selling Finger Splints

At Rehab Store, finger splints are available from the best brands and are designed to fit all the fingers and thumb. Some of our bestselling finger splints feature:

  • High-quality wire foam
  • Easy-to-wear
  • Customized fit with adjustable tensions
  • Latex-free
  • Water-proof & washable
  • Open-air design to keep skin dry and clean

Finger splints help in the following medical conditions:

  • Mallet Finger
  • Trigger Finger
  • Trigger Thumb
  • Swan Neck Deformity
  • Boutonniere Deformity
  • Lateral Deviated Fingers
  • Bone Fractures
  • Hyperextension Conditions - Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
  • Hypertonicity and Mild Spasticity

Where can I buy Best-Selling Finger Splints online?

At Rehab Store, our top-selling brands offer a wide range of finger splints and accessories to serve your trigger finger, mallet finger, crush injuries, fractures, lacerations, tendon repairs, or spasms. Discover the splint of your choice and need (as prescribed by your medical professional) at an attractive price and discount. Shop and save!