Do you use a splint?

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Cle1980UK
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by Cle1980UK on Wed Mar 17, 2021 2:39 pm

Do you use a splint?

Hi,

My mum has arthritis and would like to buy a wrist splint. Her GP doesn't think it is helpful. Have you asked your GP or your physio? Any brand recommandation?

Thanks,

Claire

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by advhccenter on Tue Feb 06, 2024 10:31 am

Re: Do you use a splint?

Supports hold bones and joints set up so they can recuperate after a crack (broken bone), injury, or medical procedure. Supports likewise can assist with conditions that influence the joints (like joint inflammation) or muscles, (for example, paralyses, which are shortcoming or loss of motion of a muscle).

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