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Wrist Supports for Fractured Ulna

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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

Juraprene Long Wrist Thumb Support
  • Extra-long neoprene wrist and thumb support
  • Ideal for wrist and thumb injuries or conditions
  • Provides compression to reduce swelling
  • Terry plush lining ensures excellent comfort

Ossur Standard Form Fit Wrist Brace
  • Light and breathable wrist brace for immobilisation and protection
  • For users suffering from tendonitis, tissue injuries and post-cast healing
  • Ergonomically contoured and lightweight for exceptional comfort 
  • Easy-to-use contact closure straps for a simple user experience

Juraprene Long Wrist Wrap
  • Wrist support wrap with extended length
  • Great for supporting arthritic conditions or injury rehabilitation
  • Excellent circumferential compression redistributes pressure
  • Still allows full finger and thumb flexion

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

Wrightington Wrist Brace
  • Woven elastic wrist brace
  • Perfect for arthritis, fractures, sprains or strains
  • Unique overlocked edges help prevent chafing
  • Easy-to-open hook-and-loop tabs are easy to apply 

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When an adult breaks their forearm, it is usually both the radius and the ulna that are snapped due to the force. However, if only one bone is broken, it tends to be the ulna. This is because it is located on the outside of the arm, meaning if the arm is injured during activities such as self-defence, it is the outside of the arm that takes the pressure and becomes damaged. An obvious deformity will be visible even if only an ulnar fracture has occurred as both bones rely on each other for support.