Finger Splints

Finger splints are often provided by occupational therapists to people with finger joint problems in musculoskeletal disorders to help control pain, improve functional ability and maintain joint positioning and muscle action.

There is good evidence that these small finger splints can play an important part in reducing finger and hand pain and maintaining dexterity skills. 

Finger Splints provide a strong protective cover around an injured, managing the fractures, or dis-functionality of the DIP joint. burnt, fractured, surgically operated, recuperating finger.