PIP and DIP flexion Bunnell splint
- Provides static progressive positioning to help correct elastic extension contractures and joint tightness.
NOTE: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Single patient use.
To be used only when ordered by a physician and applied by qualified medical professional.
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Provides static progressive positioning to help correct elastic extension contractures and joint tightness.
- Adjustable pads apply pressure to flex distal segment
- Increase R.O.M.
- Joint Stiffness
- Elastic contractures
- Comfortable Padding
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Easy to use hook and loop straps to control tension
- fixed contractures,
- fragile skin,
- severe edema
- unhealed fractures.
*Tightening flexion strap will exert a force to flex PIP & DIP Joints. Range of motion should be increased very gradually, and tolerated by the patient.
Excessive force can cause joint damage, skin breakdown, and pain. Do not be overly aggressive.
Depending on condition of patient, establish an appropriate schedule for wearing, skin examination and amount of force.
Loosen flexion strap. Slide finger into splint, position PIP joint between proximal and distal finger bands.
Pass flexion strap on top of distal and proximal supra structures.
Flexion Pads: Use hook to position and secure to flexion pads strap. Bringing strap forward under supra structures will flex finger. Pull strap to desired tension and secure to hook. Readjust as needed.
|Size||Length of splint|
|S - non returnable||4,00 cm|
|M - non returnable||4,30 cm|
|L - non returnable||4,80 cm|
|XL non returnable||5,10 cm|