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The wrist joint is a complex structure, consisting of eight carpal bones and the distal part of the ulnar and radial bones. These are the radiocarpal and midcarpal joints. The ulnar bone doesn't directly articulate with the carpal bones. The triangular fibrocartilaginous complex (TFCC) is located between the ulna and carpals. With the disc, the radius bears 60% of loading; without the disc, the radius transmits 95% of the loading.

  • Contoured below the MCP joints, it ensures sufficient space for the thenar muscles and does not limit flexible motion control.
  • Anatomically contoured low profile shell helps maintain the wrist in a neutral position and ensures maximum compliance.
  • Flexible strap allows individual to adjust the space of thumb base for better fit and easy application.
  • Ventilated liner helps dissipate moisture and heat effectively. The inner pad provides ultra skin comfort.

  • Unfasten the straps and slide hand into brace. Hook the thumb strap with proper fit.
  • Fasten traps by threading through the buckle and pulling the end of each strap to a comfortable fit.
  • The body of the brace should be aligned with your forearm. If not, adjust one or more straps until it is aligned with your forearm.
  • To remove the brace, unfasten the straps to release. The brace can then be removed and re-applied as a single unit.

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Post-casting recovery
  • Soft tissue injury of wrist
  • Carpal bone dislocation/fracture


Measure circumference of your wrist.

13.3-16.5cm (5 1/4-6 1/2")
16.8-19.7cm (6 3/4-7 3/4")
20.0-25.4cm (7 5/8-10")
FIBER CONTENTS 75% Nylon, 20% Foam, 5% TPR