Liberty CMC Thumb Splint - Leather

Liberty CMC Thumb Splint - Leather

Brand/Manufacturer: NORTH COAST MEDICAL
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Liberty CMC Leather Thumb Orthosis helps stabilize thumb MP and CMC joints without restricting the wrist and fingers. The thumbs metacarpal joint is fully supported, and the wrist's carpometacarpal joints are partially supported. The Leather model is supple, top-grain leather for moderate, conforming support.

Why choose Liberty CMC Thumb Orthosis?

  • Stiff fabric and metal reinforcing bar for firm support
  • Cotton lined and perforated for comfort
  • Convenient hook closure
  • Easy to put on with one hand

 

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
NC15515-7 X-Small, Left Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39
NC15515-8 X-Small, Right Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39
NC15515-1 Small, Left Each $0.87
$47.15
$28.99
NC15515-2 Small, Right Each $0.87
$47.15
$28.99
NC15515-3 Medium, Left Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39
NC15515-4 Medium, Right Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39
NC15515-3+NC15515-4 Combo Deal of Left and Right, Medium 2/Pack $1.68
$87.95
$56.11
NC15515-1+NC15515-2 Combo Deal of Left and Right, Small 2/Pack $1.89
$102.15
$63.09
NC15515-5 Large, Left Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39
NC15515-6 Large, Right Each $1.15
$62.25
$38.39

Features of Liberty CMC Thumb Splint

  • It has a non-removable, steel, reinforcing bar
  • Soft, durable hook strap threads through the wrist area for easy one-handed donning and doffing
  • Liberty CMC Thumb Splint provides long-term durability, resisting abrasion

Note:

  • For size, measure the length from the thumb knuckle to the wrist
  • CMC Thumb Support can be machine-washed and air dried

When to use Liberty Metal Thumb Splint?

Thumb Immobilizer Brace can be used to recover from the following thumb injuries:

  • Post-operative care
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Thumb Arthritis
  • Thumb Pain
  • Carpus Fractures

What are Thumb Splints?

  • A thumb brace serves several purposes. 
  • Wearing a thumb brace helps immobilize the thumb if injured.
  • By immobilizing the thumb, give it a chance to heal.
  • A thumb brace can also provide additional support during activities to protect the thumb from being injured.

How to choose the correct CMC Thumb Orthosis?

  • Determine the level of immobilization required.
  • Select the amount of customization needed.
  • Choose the material desired: metal stay, thermoplastic, or aluminum core. 

What are the 3 level of Liberty Orthotics Control?

  • Light control:
    • It supports while still allowing motion and function.
    Moderate control:
    • It provides greater support and resistance to movement using materials with less stretch and stronger fabrics.
    • Ideal when a brace or splint is likely to be worn throughout the day during a variety of activities.
    • Choose moderate control when joints need to be protected, and muscles and ligaments rested but not fully immobilized.
    Firm Control:
    • It is designed to allow joints and tissues to rest and heal by limiting or stopping motion.
    • When full rest is required to help relieve pain from an injury or severe pain due to overuse or arthritis, choose braces and splints in the firm range.
    • Ideal following injury or surgery or when a condition has flared up, and the pain prevents function.

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How to use Liberty CMC Thumb Orthosis?

  1. Place hand over splint as shown (Figure A).
  2. Fit splint to the thumb, securing hook and loop closure around the thumb (Figure B).
  3. Thread the wrist strap through the slot (Figure C).
  4. Pull the strap back over the wrist and secure with a hook tab. The straps may be trimmed as needed (Figure D).
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User Manual of Liberty CMC Thumb Splint - Leather

Liberty CMC Leather Thumb Splint FAQ

Are thumb splints good for arthritis?

A splint can rest the arthritic joint and relieve the inflammation associated with thumb arthritis.

Should I wear a splint for thumb at night?

Some people only need to wear a splint at night as it helps rest the thumb joint and lessens pain. It is often recommended to be worn while sleeping.

How do I strengthen my thumb ligaments?

  • Place your forearm and hand on a table. Your problem thumb should point up.
  • Hold your thumb steady just below the joint nearest your thumbnail with your other hand.
  • Bend the tip of your thumb down. Then straighten it.
  • Repeat 8 to 12 times.
  • Do this exercise several times a day.

Liberty Leather Thumb Splint Specifications

Size IP to Wrist Crease
X-Small 3-3/8" to 3-5/8" (8.6 to 9.2cm)
Small 3-5/8" to 4" (9.2 to 10cm)
Medium 4" to 4-1/2" (10 to 11cm)
Large Over 4-1/2" (Over 11cm)
To size, measure the length from the thumb knuckle to the wrist

 

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