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Wrist Supports for Complex Instabilities

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Aircast A2 Wrist Brace
  • Features dual removable stabilisers to control wrist movement
  • Designed to support the wrist following an injury or operation
  • Made from cool and breathable material for added comfort
  • Adjustable straps allow for a more personalised fit

BeneCare Neoprene Wrist Support 7''
  • Stabilises and supports the entire wrist
  • Adjustable stay for tendon relief
  • Full finger movement for rehabilitation exercises
  • Neoprene retains heat to encourage healing

Aircast A2 Wrist Brace with Thumb Spica
  • Made with removable stays to tailor your support
  • Contoured design helps you remain comfortable
  • Includes a stay in the thumb to support the area
  • Stabilises the area to prevent further injury

McDavid Carpal Tunnel Wrist Support
  • Recommended by doctors for back-to-work or rehabilitation play
  • Medical grade splint inserted for optimum comfort
  • Adjustable Velcro fastenings for an ideal fit
  • Washable to ensure continuous hygiene

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

BeneCare Neoprene Thumb/Wrist Support (Open Thumb)
  • Open thumb for flexibility and movement
  • Removable and adjustable stays for immobilisation
  • Suitable for a range of different conditions
  • Supports and stabilises the wrist and thumb joints

BeneCare Neoprene Thumb/Wrist Support
  • Supports the joints by holding thumb in abduction position
  • Aluminium stay to immobilise thumb and palm
  • Optimum comfort due to neoprene construction
  • Suitable for a range of different conditions

Donjoy - Comfortform Wrist Support with Thumb Spica
  • Designed with adjustable stays for a personalised fit
  • Features a lightweight and breathable Lycra lining
  • Helps prevent and treat wrist and thumb injuries
  • Suitable for use during the day and night

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 Thumb/Wrist Brace
  • Suitable for a range of different conditions and ailments
  • Breathable material designed for comfort
  • Holds the wrist and thumb in a neutral position
  • Easy to apply due to Velcro fastenings

Donjoy Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wrist Support
  • Contoured cotton and elastic construction for added comfort
  • Helps immobilise and stabilise the wrist to reduce discomfort
  • Features a preformed aluminium stay for an anatomical fit
  • Ideal for a number of conditions, including carpal tunnel

Donjoy Respiform Wrist Support
  • Features closures that can be altered with one hand
  • Adjustable aluminium stays improve fit of the brace
  • Uses flexible material for conform to your anatomy
  • Immobilises the hand and wrist to improve injuries

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

Ossur Form Fit Wrist Brace with Thumb Spica
  • Optimal support for wrist sprains, broken wrists, arthritis and more
  • Effective long term imobilisation and support
  • Adjustable for customised fit
  • Patented moulding technology 

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The hand and wrist are a complicated system of bones, muscles, ligaments and cartilages that can work both independently and separately from each other. What affects one can affect the whole wrist. Wrist stability can be impacted at any level and is most commonly caused by a previous injury or condition that damages the ligaments and tendons in the hand. As this often affects the carpal bones in one way or another, complex instabilities are generally known as carpal instabilities and can impact on the stability of the wrist and make everyday tasks a challenge. The level of instability determines the course of action that must be undertaken to correct this.