Finger Splints

Finger splints are an effective and easy-to-use medical device for treating a variety of finger injuries. They provide support and immobilization of the affected area, which can help to speed up the healing process. They are also relatively affordable and can be purchased over the counter at most pharmacies.

There are many different types of finger splints that can be used to treat a variety of conditions. The most common type of splint is a static splint, which is used to immobilize the finger and protect it from further injury. Dynamic splints are also available, which allow for movement of the finger while still providing support and protection. They are typically made from materials such as plastic, metal, or fabric, and are available in a variety of sizes to fit all fingers.

The best part about the finger splints manufactured with us is that we keep in mind the necessities, such as ventilation while ensuring that the product remains lightweight. We offer varied products suitable for all fingers (thumb, index finger, middle finger, ring finger, little finger). Find your best match that meets your requirement.



The splint helps to keep your finger straight and protects it while it heals. Probably you need to keep the splint for three to four weeks as your fractured finger heals. You’ll need to avoid strenuous activity for another two weeks afterward, but movement is usually very important at this point.

Finger splints are used to keep these vulnerable extremities in place while you heal from a finger sprain or break, or to help increase a limited range of motion from a chronic condition.

You should keep your splint on unless your doctor tells you otherwise. You may need to extend your recovery period each time you remove it and bend your finger tip. It is too tight if your skin turns white when you remove your splint.

The splint is taped on and must be worn day and night for 6 to 8 weeks in order for the two ends of the torn tendon to heal together.

With the end joint slightly bent backwards, the splint keeps it straight. You can still bend your finger at the middle joint. The splint is secured with tape. It must be worn day and night for six to eight weeks to allow the torn tendon’s two ends to heal together.