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Air SX Wrist Brace
  • A highly breathable wrist brace
  • Ideal for wrist strains, sprains and arthritic conditions
  • Four way stretch fabric conforms to your wrist and hand
  • Breathable fabric offers great temperature control

Ultimate Performance Advanced Compression Wrist Splint Support
  • Wrist support with three configurations for ideal compression
  • Suitable for strains, sprains, arthritis and injury rehabilitation
  • Removeable stay keeps the wrist in a neutral position
  • Adjustable straps to alter the tension as you see fit

Ossur Form Fit Wrist Brace
  • Patented Form Fit 3-dimensional moulding technology for a perfect fit
  • Extremely breathable lycra lined interior for excellent comfort 
  • Removable/adjustable palmar stay for personalised support
  • Easy-to-use contact closure straps for a simple user experience

Procool Wrist Support
  • Elasticated compression wrist brace
  • Ideal for sprains, fractures, breaks or arthritis
  • Provides effective support to the wrist
  • Leaves fingers and thumb unhindered

Jura Wrist Thumb Brace
  • Two-piece wrist and thumb brace
  • Ideal for sprains, fractures and arthritis
  • Dual compression elastic helps circulation
  • Palmar bar and thumb stay provide support

BeneCare Neoprene Wrist Support 9''
  • Stabilises and supports the entire wrist
  • Adjustable stay for tendon relief
  • Full finger movement for rehabilitation exercises
  • Neoprene retains heat to encourage healing

BeneCare Universal Wrist Brace
  • Suitable for either the left or right hand
  • Lightweight and durable construction
  • Breathable and fresh fabric
  • Easy to apply with a single hand

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Buckle fractures - also known as torus fractures - are a common type of injury, particularly among children. They are caused by excess pressure on the shaft of a long bone. For example, putting a hand out to stop a fall causes an axial loading on the bone, causing it to snap under the pressure. Buckle fractures require time to heal but very rarely need operations to set right, unless the angle of the break is severe. They are identified by the bulging of the cortex and are common amongst children because of the elasticity of their bones.