Stax Finger Splints: Mallet Finger Splint

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Stax Finger Splints for Mallet Deformities Designed to help protect fingertips and nail beds after Mallet Finger injuries, the Stax Finger Splints support the DIP joint in a neutral position to help correct mallet deformity. This injury occurs when there has been a disruption of the terminal slip... more info

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Stax Finger Splints: Mallet Finger Splint

  • The Stax Finger Splints - Mallet Finger Splint is primarily used in treating extensor tendon disruption at the insertion point on the distal phalanx
  • Use the immobilizing joint splint for 4-6 weeks to effectively heal mallet finger injuries
  • Mallet splint immobilizes the distal IP joint in maximum extension, but allows full motion of the proximal IP joint
  • Made of perforated, latex-free beige or clear colored semi-hard plastic
  • Available in several different sizes & packaging options, can be measured using the circumference at DIP (Distal Interphalangeal) Joint
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Stax Finger Splints for Mallet Deformities Designed to help protect fingertips and nail beds after Mallet Finger injuries, the Stax Finger Splints support the DIP joint in a neutral position to help correct mallet deformity. This injury occurs when there has been a disruption of the terminal slip... more info