Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint
Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint

Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint

Brand/Manufacturer: ACTIVE ANKLE SYSTEMS, INC
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Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint provides a pad over the A-1 pulley to relieve pressure during daily activities without interfering with hand function. It cushions the fat pad at the base of the finger and may completely reverse the trigger finger, making more aggressive treatments unnecessary. Flexible while wearing, and assists in identifying the cause of the inflammation, which is often handling of certain objects.

Why Choose Active Innovations Trigger Finger Splint?

  • Can be Worn on any Finger
  • Complete Freedom of Movement
  • Cushions fat pad at the base of the finger
  • Protects finger from daily functions

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
562865 X-Small, 1-3/4" to 2-1/4" (4.5cm to 7.5cm) Each $0.38
$22.55
$12.55
562866 Small, 2-1/4" to 2-1/2" (5.7cm to 6.4cm) Each $0.38
$22.55
$12.55
562868 Large, 2-3/4" to 3" (7cm to 7.6cm) Each $0.38
$22.55
$12.55
562869 X-Large, 3" to 3-3/8" (7.6cm to 8.8cm) Each $0.38
$22.55
$12.55
562867 Medium, 2-1/2" to 2-3/4" (6.4cm to 7cm) Each $0.42
$26.50
$13.99

Benefits of Active Innovations Trigger Finger Splint

  • Unique, patent pending cushioning ring relieves pressure on affected area so patients can resume daily activity
  • Allows the hands protective fat pad to heal
  • Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint is developed by a leading Orthopedic surgeon

What to buy with Trigger Finger Solution Splint?


How to Measure For Active Trigger Finger Splint?

  • For size measure finger circumference mid-way between the base of the finger and the PIP joint
  • Due to anatomical differences or swelling, a larger size may be necessary
  • Once you have determined the size for the locked finger, with your palm facing you,turn the trigger finger pad to where the seam is facing the back of your hand, the logo is facing you, and the extended u-shaped padding is pointing down
  • Slide the trigger finger pad down to the base of your finger
  • The extended padding should rest on your palm
  • Once the trigger finger is in place, if it feels too snug or your finger starts to discolor, you need to choose a larger size
Note:
If the u-shaped padding extends past the dotted line on your palm, you may need to trim the padding to ensure an efficient and comfortable fit.

Precautions to take While Using Trigger Finger Splint

  • If an open cut or injury is present, do not apply Trigger Finger Solution over the wound.
  • Warmth and perspiration of the skin may be experienced at the location of the padding.

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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Can this trigger splint be used on the thumb?
Valerie - 11/1/2016 7:28:51 PM
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Yes, Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint can be worn on any finger with complete freedom of movement.
Customer care - 11/2/2016 2:33:19 AM
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How bulky is this?  Would I be able to wear 2 of them on adjacent fingers?
steve - 5/14/2015 8:52:02 PM
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Yes, you should be able to wear 2 of the Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint on adjacent fingers. At the most they are 1/8” thick. They aren’t as thin as a band-aid but they are pretty thin.
Customer Care - 8/4/2018 3:35:42 AM
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How do I determine the correct size?
Pamela - 8/16/2014 7:23:48 AM
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Determine the correct size by measuring the circumference between the base of the finger and the PIP joint, much like you would size a ring. The Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint has a very tight fit when sized properly. If you aren't sure which size to purchase due to your measurement falling into two size categories, it is recommended that you purchase the larger size. Example: Your finger measures 2 ½". In this case, it is recommended you purchase a size medium, rather than a size small.
Customer Care - 8/4/2018 3:35:09 AM
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What is trigger finger?
Martha - 8/11/2014 12:31:46 AM
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Trigger finger is a common problem that can cause a locking sensation and pain in one or more fingers. This disorder is usually caused by repeatedly grasping or gripping a certain object (steering wheel while driving, a racket while playing tennis or badminton, or even a cellphone, for instance), which eventually breaks down the fat pad at the base of the finger. When this fat pad starts to break down, the tendon underneath—which is responsible for helping the finger bend—begins to swell. It is precisely this swelling that causes the locking sensation and pain that you feel whenever you try to move your finger.
Customer Care - 8/11/2014 11:47:53 PM
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How does it work?
Bob S - 8/1/2014 12:04:21 AM
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The Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint has a unique, patent-pending cushioning ring relieves pressure on affected area so patients can resume daily activity. It allows the hand's protective fat pad to heal, and may be worn on any finger with complete freedom of movement.
Customer Care - 8/4/2018 3:36:04 AM
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