Thumb Abduction Splint
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Thumb Abduction Splint

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  • Wrist and thumb splint that holds the thumb firmly in place
  • Ideal for thumb injuries or conditions such as arthritis and skier's thumb
  • Incorporates a flexible stay to hold the thumb firmly in abduction
  • Simple hook and loop closure makes it easy to apply and secure to wear
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Thumb Abduction Splint

Holding the thumb firmly in the correct position is essential for pain relief from conditions such as Rheumatic Arthritis and Skier's Thumb. The Thumb Abduction Splint is designed to keep the thumb at the right angle of abduction to provide pain relief, joint stabilisation and protection from further deterioration. 

What's Included?

  • 1 x Thumb Abduction Splint

Sizing of the Thumb Abduction Splint

The Thumb Abduction Splint comes in a range of sizes. Please consult the sizing image and table below and select your desired option from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. If you are between sizes we recommend that you get the larger as the hook-and-loop fastenings can then be adjusted. 

Wrist Circumference Sizing Image

Size Wrist Circumference (cm)
Small 14 - 15cm
Medium 16.5 - 18cm
Large 20 - 22cm

Please note this splint is provided individually for the right or left hand.

Key Features and Benefits of the Thumb Abduction Splint

  • Specially formulated neoprene fabric provides excellent support without compromising on comfort
  • Ideal for arthritis, skier's thumb, sprained wrist and thumb injuries
  • Provides gentle and even pressure redistribution 
  • Incorporates a flexible stay to hold the thumb firmly in abduction
  • Simple hook-and-loop closure for easy application
  • Comes in a range of sizes for the left or right hand
  • Mildly elastic material provides compression that improves circulation and reduces swelling

How Easy Is This Thumb Brace to Apply and Remove?

Thanks to the hook-and-loop fastenings and the slightly stretchy material this thumb support is extremely easy to put on or take off. It's been designed for people with limited mobility and can be easily donned or adjusted one-handed.

Will This Thumb Brace Interfere With Daily Tasks?

One of the biggest advantages of this lightweight yet sturdy thumb support is that it leaves your fingers free to perform essential day-to-day tasks. The adjustable hook-and-loop fastenings mean you can personally tailor this brace for an ideal fit that prevents any flaps of loose material getting in the way. 

What Are the Benefits of a Thumb Spica Splint?

Splinting facilitates the immobilisation and stabilisation of the joint in question, helping to promote healing and protect from further injury. One advantage of using a thumb splint instead of a cast is that splints accommodate swelling thanks to their elasticity. In addition to this, elasticated splints also provide compression that increases circulation to the injured area, reducing swelling and assisting with rehabilitation. 

What Makes Neoprene the Ideal Material for Thumb Supports?

Neoprene is regularly used in orthopaedic supports because of its excellent insulation, durability and soft texture. Neoprene's mildly elasticated properties make it ideal for pressure redistribution, spreading the weight equally across the length of the support. In addition, it is also highly effective at absorbing shear force, protecting the injury from being bumped and jostled during daily tasks. 

Indications for the Thumb Abduction Splint

The Thumb Abduction Splint is suitable for a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Arthritis (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis of the thumb, basal joint arthritis, CMC arthritis, juvenile chronic arthritis)
  • CMC instability
  • De Quervain's syndrome
  • Gamekeeper's thumb
  • Inflamed/swollen tendons
  • Overuse injuries
  • Pain/instability of the thumb extensors or abductors
  • Post-operative
  • Post traumatic conditions
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Rhizarthrosis
  • Scapholunate instability
  • Scapholunate tear
  • Skier's thumb
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Sprained wrist
  • Stener lesion
  • Strained wrist
  • Thumb basal/saddle joint irritation
  • UCL injury
  • UCL lesion
  • Weakness of the thumb joint
  • Worn cartilage

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14 January 2024  | 

I believe I made the correct decision choosing this splint. It arrived by next post and is a quality item but not to bulky. Only worn it once but it definitely helped. Am waiting to see my GP so that I can check how long I should wear the splint each time.

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Delivery Information

The Thumb Abduction Splint is usually dispatched within one working day of placing your order by Royal Mail. Please allow between one and three working days for delivery.

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