A spica splint is a type of orthopedic splint used to immobilize the thumb and/or wrist while allowing the other digits freedom to move.
- Thumb spica splints are a type of orthopedic splint applied to minimize movement and provide support and comfort by stabilizing an injury of the thumb.
- This kind of splint usually allows the other fingers to move freely.
- Immobilizing the joint reduces pain and helps the injury heal faster.
- They are primarily used to secure non emergency injuries to bones until they can be evaluated by a consultant such as an orthopedic surgeon.
- They are also used to temporarily immobilize an extremity before surgery (eg, for an open fracture) or to assist in primary healing.
- A typical treatment time may include wearing 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 For This Product Family
|Model Number||F -109|
|Specific Use of Product||Arthritis|
Included Finger Splints
- Knuckle Bender
- Finger Cot
- Finger Extension Splint
- Simple Finger Splint
- Mallet Finger Splint(Deluxe)
- Stax Splint
- Frog Splint
- Capner Splint
- Thumb Spica
|Model Name||Saket Capner Splint|
|Ideal For||Boy, Men, Girl, Women, Senior|