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Wrist Supports for Arthralgia

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Bauerfeind ManuLoc Wrist Support
  • Comfortable, supportive wrist brace for a range of conditions
  • Speeds up healing without restricting movement unnecessarily 
  • Stabilises and protects the wrist to accelerate the healing process
  • Allows you to still make gripping movements

Actimove Gauntlet Wrist and Thumb Support
  • Comfortably stabilises the wrist and thumb while allowing finger movement
  • Suitable for CMC instability, skier's thumb and arthritis
  • Anatomically shaped stay prevents painful movements
  • Comfortable with latex-free materials and easy adjustment

Nuform Ventilated Elastic Wrist Brace
  • Comfortable and supportive wrist brace for a wide range of conditions
  • Ideal for breaks, fractures, sprains, strains and arthritic conditions
  • Made of ventilated elastic, ensuring cool comfort for extended wear
  • Aluminium palmar bar for tailored protection and support

Deltaform 18cm Wrist Brace
  • Comfortable elasticated cotton wrist support
  • Ideal for arthritic conditions, sprains, strains and fractures
  • Longitudinal seam conforms to the contours of your wrist
  • Rigid aluminium bar provides great wrist stabilisation

Actimove Manus Wrist Support
  • Comfortably stabilises the wrist while allowing finger movement
  • Ideal for recovery from sprains, tendonitis, surgery and more
  • Anatomically shaped stay prevents unwanted or painful movement
  • Completely latex-free to suit those with sensitive skin

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The term "arthralgia" literally translates to pain in a joint. In this case, the pain is located in either the wrist or the joints around the thumb and fingers. Arthralgia is a condition and a diagnosis, not a symptom. There are a range of different causes for arthralgia including injuries, infections, allergic reactions and degenerative diseases. The difference between arthralgia and arthritis is the lack of inflammatory pathologies with arthralgia that are present with arthritis. A lot of the time, the two conditions are approached as being interchangeable although this is not true.