Made of two pieces of thermoplastic (palm and forearm), connected by a wrist joint that allows you to adjust the palm and dorsal flexion of the orthosis, limiting the range of movements of the wrist joint or immobilizing it in a set position. The lateral splints contain slots that allow you to move the thermoplastic pieces closer to or further from each other, which allows us to adjust the orthosis to each patient’s measurements. They feature an interior terrycloth lining to avoid sweating. It includes 3 velour straps with a security pin on the wrist and forearm, and a Velcro fastening system. The orthosis can be molded using a hot-air gun.
Its goal is to achieve total or partial limitation of movement for the wrist, hand, and fingers, while keeping the thumb opposed.
- Post-operative or post- traumatic immobilisation treatment.
- Arm and shoulder trauma injuries whose treatment requires reduction of mobility.
- Soft tissue injuries such as infections or burns.
- Rheumatic disorders.