If you live with arthritis in the hand and wrist area, you could benefit from using an orthopaedic wrist brace. At Complete Care Shop, we have Actimove Arthritis Gloves that help reduce swelling with light compression. This provides pain relief and warmth to soothe and improve mobility in your hands and fingers.
We stock a large number of neoprene wrist braces – all in different sizes – that aid pain, swelling and loss of mobility. They offer excellent wrist support and compression which warms and supports the wrist effectively, leading to a quick recovery from injury. With a Velcro strap to fasten, you can choose the tightness you prefer, helping to maintain the optimal wrist position.
Whether you’re looking for an orthopaedic wrist brace or something for your fingers, you’ll find it at Complete Care Shop. Our selection is wide-ranging and suits a variety of different needs, injuries and conditions. Find the perfect support for your hand and wrist today.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality hand and wrist supports. If you have any questions about our products, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Wrist and hand supports are orthopaedic devices designed to provide stability, compression, and support to the wrist and hand area. They’re commonly used to manage various conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist sprains, tendonitis, arthritis, and post-injury or post-surgery recovery. These supports can help alleviate pain, reduce swelling, and improve wrist and hand function.
Choosing the appropriate wrist or hand support depends on your particular condition, the severity of your symptoms, and your personal preferences. Consider the following factors:
The answer depends on your specific condition and the type of support you’re using. In many cases, wrist and hand supports are designed to allow a degree of mobility while providing stability and support. However, it's essential to follow the guidance provided by your healthcare provider or the manufacturer of the support. Some considerations include: