Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint

Active Innovations Trigger Finger Solution Splint

  • FSA Approved

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.

Trigger Finger Solution Benefits

  • 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 # Desc Pkg Price
562866 Small, 2-1/4" to 2-1/2" (5.7cm to 6.4cm) Each
562867 Medium, 2-1/2" to 2-3/4" (6.4cm to 7cm) Each
562869 X-Large, 3" to 3-3/8" (7.6cm to 8.8cm) Each

Features of Active Innovations Finger Splint for Trigger Finger

  • Unique, patent pending cushioning ring relieves pressure on the affected area so patients can resume daily activity
  • Allows the hand's protective fat pad to heal
  • The universal trigger finger splint reduces stiffness in the index, middle, ring, or pinky finger or thumb
  • Constructed with a lightweight, breathable neoprene blend, the Trigger Finger Splint will not slide or bunch
  • The splint supports the affected finger, reducing stiffness and preventing the finger joint from locking up or catching
  • Active Innovations Trigger a leading Orthopedic surgeon develops finger solution splint

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

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.

What exercise can be done to treat the trigger finger?

  1. Finger extensor stretch:
    • Lay your hand out flat on a table or solid surface.
    • Use your other hand to hold the affected finger.
    • Slowly lift up the finger and keep the rest of your fingers flat.
    • Lift and stretch the finger as high as it will go without straining.
    • Hold it here for a few seconds and release it.
    • You can do this stretch on all of your fingers and your thumb.
    • Do 1 set of 5 repetitions.
    • Repeat 3 times throughout the day.
  2. Finger spread:
    • Begin by pinching the tips of your fingers and thumbs.
    • Put an elastic band around your fingers.
    • Move your fingers away from your thumb so the band becomes tight.
    • Extend your fingers and thumb away and close to each other 10 times.
    • You should be able to feel the elastic’s slight tension while doing this.
    • Then bend your fingers and thumb towards your palm.
    • Hook the elastic band in the middle.
    • Use your opposite hand to pull the end of the band to create slight tension.
    • Keep the tension as you straighten and bend your fingers 10 times.
    • Repeat at least 3 times throughout the day.
  3. Object pickups:
    • Place a large assortment of small objects on a table, such as coins, buttons, and tweezers.
    • Pick up one object at a time by grasping it with your affected finger and thumb.
    • Move the object to the opposite side of the table.
    • Repeat with each object.
    • Continue for 5 minutes and do this twice a day.

Active Innovations Trigger Finger Splint FAQ

When to use a finger splint?

It is recommended to use a splint when a person has an injured finger, such as a mallet finger. This type of injury occurs when a person injures the tendon that straightens the finger or thumb.

Should you wear a splint for trigger finger to bed?

Always wear the splint full-time when you sleep. When we sleep, all of us naturally curl up our fingers without realizing it. In fact, after the initial 6-week healing period, you will need to sleep in the splint for another 2 months.

How long should you use a finger brace?

The splint keeps your finger straight and protects it while it heals. You'll usually keep the splint for three to four weeks as your fractured finger heals.

How does the trigger finger develop?

Tendons control the movement of our fingers and thumbs. A tendon sheath surrounds each tendon. A sheath is made of a delicate membrane called a synovial membrane. If the membrane becomes inflamed and narrows, the tendon it encapsulates can have trouble moving. The tendon can catch on the sheath and get stuck, locking the finger in place.

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