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A finger splint is a medical device used to immobilize an injured finger, protecting it from further damage. Splints are used after surgeries, fractures, injuries, or for chronic conditions. Splinting helps rest injured tissues and prevent deformities from developing as you heal. While the splint is worn, the range of motion for a particular joint is either restricted or prevented completely decreasing pain and swelling.

Rehab Store offers a multitude of high-quality finger braces for mallet fingers, jammed fingers, arthritis, swan neck deformities, and many other finger conditions. Also, check out the extension assists for increasing range-of-motion at the PIP joint due to finger flexion tightness or boutonniere deformity. Maintain finger joints in position with our foam-lined aluminum splints or apply compression with the finger sleeves.

What conditions are treated with Finger Splinting?

Finger splinting can be used to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions. Following are the common conditions treated with splinting:

  • Trigger finger 
  • Mallet finger 
  • Boutonniere deformity 
  • Finger injuries 
  • Finger Infections 
  • Finger joint fractures 
  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Rheumatoid arthritis 
  • Post-surgical tendon repair 
  • Swan neck deformity


Types of Finger Splints


Buddy Splints

In the buddy splinting technique, two adjoining fingers are taped together; the injured finger and the adjacent healthy finger. The fingers are taped on a point above and below the injury. These splints are normally used for mild sprains and strains not used for fractures.

Static Splints

Static splints hold the joint in a specified position, either straight or slightly bent, depending on the injury. Some basic metal and foam static splints can be bought over the counter at drug stores. However, static splints can also be custom-made from moldable plastics or other casting material. These splints are useful in treating fractures, repetitive use injuries, or tendon damages.

Stack Splints

Stack splints are designed for injuries affecting the fingertips. These splints fit over the end of the finger to the first joint to hold the finger straight, preventing the joint from bending. Stack splints are usually made of plastic and come in various sizes. They have holes to promote good airflow.

Dynamic Splints

Dynamic splints are designed to treat stiff joints. They feature spring-loaded mechanisms that are adjustable to provide the required amount of stretch for a joint that is stiff. Dynamic splints are made of plastic, foam, and metal. They are suitable to be worn at night or while the person is resting.

Finger Splints for Swan Neck Deformity

In swan neck deformity (SND), finger joints bend in unusual positions because of injury or a health condition. In this condition, the middle joint of the finger is extended more than normal, and the end joint is flexed. SND causes pain and limits the use of your fingers and hands. Surgical and nonsurgical methods are available depending on the severity to help manage symptoms and correct finger alignment.

In the noninvasive method, your doctor may prescribe a splint to correct and stabilize SND in conjunction with physical and occupational therapy. Specialized splints like a figure-eight splint may be required to be worn around the clock for several weeks. It helps prevent hyperextension of the PIP, which resolves the flexion of the DIP. 3pp Oval-8 Finger Splint is ideal for treating SND.


Trigger Finger Splint Buying Guide



Size is an important consideration when buying a finger splint. One should check whether the brace supports their finger size to provide enough support and stability to the injured finger. It should be neither too loose nor too tight.


Materials used in making the splint can affect both durability and comfort. Common materials used are plastic, neoprene, foam, rubber, and metal. Neoprene splints are less irritating and more comfortable and provide the most support for fractures and sprains. Plastic splints are washable to remove dirt.


Choose a splint made of lightweight, breathable material that is comfortable enough to wear for long hours.


This allows the user to wear the splint on either hand, and the splint can be secured in place to immobilize the finger.


A robust and durable finger splint will serve you for a long period.


Top-selling Finger Splints for Arthritis


  1. Deroyal LMB Light Extension Finger Spring Splint 
  2. Vive Trigger Finger Splint 
  3. 3pp Oval-8 Finger Splint 
  4. Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint 
  5. DeRoyal LMB Soft-Core Wire-Foam Ulnar Deviation Finger Splint


Where to buy Trigger Finger Splints online?


Rehab Store carries an extensive range of finger splints and sleeves to help stabilize and support injured joints. These finger braces are from renowned vendors, namely Patterson Medical, North Coast Medical, Deroyal, and many more. Shop now and grab exclusive discounts and offers.

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