Commonly occurring finger injuries are due to recreational and occupational accidents such as mallet fingers, boutonniere deformity, trigger finger, swan neck deformity, dislocation and fracture. Other common injuries occur among basketball, football and baseball players. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis may cause deformity of the hands and fingers. Sprains and strains: strains occur when muscles or tendons are overstretched. Sprains are an overstretching or a partial tearing of ligaments. Flamingo extended baseball splint is recommended for mallet finger and distal phalanx fractures. It gives you great comfort.
USES: Used for finger fracture, ligament injury, finger deformity etc. Made of Malleable aluminum, supports finger as well as metacarpal
- Extended Baseball Splint
- Used in hyperflexion finger injuries (sports injuries)
- Foam padding ensures a comfortable fit
- Easy to maintain
- Effectively straighten and immobilize
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