Comfort Cool Thumb CMC Restriction Splint - Black

Comfort Cool Thumb CMC Restriction Splint - Black

Brand/Manufacturer: NORTH COAST MEDICAL
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Comfort Cool Thumb Support, a contoured neoprene strap that directly supports the thumb CMC joint and first metacarpal. Offering gentle compression alleviates discomfort associated with arthritis, instability, tendinitis, or repetitive motion. The splint is antimicrobial and latex-free, ensuring hygiene and compatibility with latex-sensitive individuals. Customizable for individual needs, comfort cool thumb brace can be trimmed for enhanced IP motion or modified to exclude thumb MP joint support.

Why choose Comfort Cool Thumb Splint?

  • Neoprene strap
  • Anti-microbial
  • Latex-free
  • Provides gentle compression

Item # Desc Pkg Price
NC79562 Small, Left Each
NC79563 Small, Right Each
NC79556 Small Plus, Left Each
NC79557 Small Plus, Right Each
NC79564 Medium, Left Each
NC79565 Medium, Right Each
NC79558 Medium Plus, Left Each
NC79559 Medium Plus, Right Each
NC79566 Large, Left Each
NC79567 Large, Right Each
NC79560 Large Plus, Left Each
NC79561 Large Plus, Right Each
NC79550 X-Large, Left Each
NC79551 X-Large, Right Each

Features of Comfort Cool Thumb CMC Restriction Splint

  • Gentle compression that helps relieve thumb discomfort associated with CMC joint arthritis and/or instability, tendinitis, or repetitive motion 
  • A contoured neoprene strap wraps around the thumb CMC joint and the first metacarpal for direct CMC joint support. 
  • Plus sizes are a half size bigger in hand and a full size larger in thumb circumference to accommodate enlarged thumb conditions. 
  • Hand wash and air dry
  • For size, measure palm circumference
  • Made of thin, 1/16" (1.6mm) perforated neoprene with a terry cloth liner that helps keep skin cool and comfortable
CMC Restriction Splint

Cool Comfort Thumb Brace Benefits

  1. Wide Neoprene Strap offers adjustable compression
  2. Lined with Anti-microbial terry-cloth
  3. Reinforced Stitching
  4. Perforated neoprene

Who should use CMC Splint?

Conditions that may require the use of a splint include:

  • Joint Dislocation
  • Arthritis
  • Stabilized fractures
  • Joint instability or stiffness
  • Contractures

What to buy with Comfort Cool Thumb Support

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How are Comfort Cool Thumb Splints applied?

  1. Slide the thumb into the thumb sleeve. Wrap the splint around the wrist and secure the hook and loop fastener comfortably on the dorsum (top) of the hand.
  2. Pull the CMC strap firmly from the base of the thumb, attaching it to the curved hook fastener on the thenar (palm) eminence.
  3. Gently pull the strap through the thumb web space and secure it to the hook fastener on the dorsum (top) of the splint. Trim the strap if needed.
  4. To allow greater IP motion, cut the curve along the volar thumb edge. If the thumb MP joint support is not desired, cut off the thumb sleeve below the thumb web seam. Be sure to trim just above one of the stitched reinforcements. Trim next to the distal edge of the curved hook fastener on the thenar no closer than 1/4" (6.4mm).

Cleaning instructions of Comfort Cool Thumb Splint

  • Hand wash the Comfort Cool Thumb CMC Restriction splint in lukewarm water with a mild soap
  • Allow it to dry with a cloth

FAQs About Comfort Cool Wrist Brace

What is a CMC Splint?

Comfort Cool Thumb Splint is designed to treat thumb arthritis. It is a flexible brace that provides support to CMC (carpometacarpal) Joints of the thumb and allows movement to the hand.

How tight should my Cool Comfort Thumb Brace be?

The long side of the comfort cool thumb CMC restriction splint should rest outside your thumb and along your inside wrist and forearm when you put it on. Secure the straps around your thumb and wrist to be comfortable to wear and do not obstruct your circulation. If the splint is bothering you, see your doctor.

Is it ideal to wear a thumb splint at night?

Wearing the CMC Splint all night will make your joints stiff. Don't wear your working splint overnight unless you've been told to by your therapist or nurse.

What is the purpose of a thumb spica splint?

Thumb splints immobilize the thumb while allowing the fingers to move. Thumb spica splints support painful or unstable joints due to arthritis or soft tissue injuries. Wearing thumb spica splints for daily activities will also protect the joint and improve hand function.

How long should one wear a thumb splint?

It is often recommended to wear a splint for most of the day for 3 to 4 weeks. During this time, you may need to remove the splint several times a day.

Specification of Comfort Cool Thumb Support

Size Circumference
Small 6" to 7" (15cm to 18cm)
Small Plus 6-1/2" to 7-1/4" (17cm to 18cm)
Medium 7" to 8" (18cm to 20 cm)
Medium Plus 7-1/8" to 8-1/4" (18cm to 21 cm)
Large 8" to 9" (20cm to 23cm)
Large Plus 8-1/4" to 9-1/2" (21 cm to 24cm)
X-Large 9" to 10" (23cm to 25cm)


Comfort Cool Thumb Splint

For size, measure palm circumference.

Note: Plus sizes are a half size bigger in the hand and a full size larger in thumb circumference to accommodate enlarged thumb conditions.

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