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Wrist Supports for Flaccid Paralysis

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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

Intrinsic Wrist Brace
  • Elastic wrist brace for robust support
  • Padding provides a comfortable fit
  • Adjustable resting splint for fingers and wrist
  • Comfortable dorsal closure for fingers

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

Padded Functional Resting Splint
  • Preformed plastic shell for durability
  • Ideal for long term use
  • Removable padded cover
  • Comfortable closure straps

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

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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Flaccid Paralysis is when the wrist becomes floppy and unresponsive, caused by extreme muscle weakness and loss of muscle tone. It is caused by the lack or response from the tendons in the surrounding area and can make everyday life extremely difficult. Flaccid paralysis can be the result of a stroke and while the symptoms may only last a few days for some patients, it can linger for months for others.