Neoprene splint features a 1.6mm thermoplastic panel that is heated and molds to the wrist to help control wrist flexion, hyperextension and ulnar deviation. A neoprene thumb post extends to the IP Joint, while the thermoplastic panel extends over the CMC to the MCP joint of the thumb. Features Velcro® fasteners at the thumb, wrist and forearm for easy application and removal.
Wrist Flexion - Benik's thermoplastic 300 Series wrist supports can be molded to provide wrist flexion of 30 degrees from full extension. A greater degree of wrist flexion can be achieved with a custom designed support.
Listed on the website, are the standard paediatric wrist supports, which feature the most commonly requested options and sizes. Visit the Options page to learn about customizing Benik's wrist and hand splints or to learn more about the product features. Please email us to discuss your custom requirements.
(MCPs to Proximal End)
|Circumference at Thumb IP||Circumference at MCPs||Typical Age|
|Ped XXS||9.53 cm||3.49 cm||10.16 — 11.11cm||<1|
|Ped XS||10.8 cm||3.81 cm||11.11 — 12.07 cm||1-2|
|Ped S||13.34 cm||4.45 cm||11.74 — 13.34 cm||3-4|
|Ped M||15.24 cm||5.08 cm||13.34 — 14.92 cm||4-5|
|Ped L||15.24 cm||5.72 cm||14.6 — 16.2 cm||6-9|
|Ped XL||17.8 cm||6.03 cm||15.88 — 17.14 cm||10+|