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HAND
There are carpometacarpal (CM) joint, metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint, proximal and distal interphalangeal joints in the hand. The bony structure includes carpals, metacarpals, and proximal, middle and distal phalanges bones. Each bone, except the carpals, is joined by tendons that flex or extend the joints on the dorsal and palmar surfaces. At the proximal levels, intrinsic muscles of the hand also produce motions to either side.
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BASEBALL FINGER SPLINT
Aluminum
FINGERS SUPPORTS
 


  • Help stabilize the phalangeal joints in position.
  • Malleable aluminum splint can be reshaped to hold finger at an exact degree of flexion or extension.
  • Provides firm support while injury heals.

  • Put finger on the finger splint, then bend the aluminum splints inwardly to fit the finger.
  • Tape may be required to make sure splint stays in place.

  • Finger fracture
  • Ligament strain
  • Finger deformity
  • Arthritis

SIZING

Measure length of finger.

S
8cm (3 1/8")
M
10cm (3 7/8")
L
12cm (4 3/4")
FIBER CONTENTS Foam and aluminum.
COLOR