Use the SIRIS™ Lateral Support Splint to correct lateral deviation and block hyperextension of a joint, while allowing full flexion. The lateral support, which is the fulcrum point of the splint, is always placed on the side opposite the direction the finger is deviating. For example, if there is ulnar deviation of the finger, you should order a splint with support on the radial side. This splint can be worn on any of the IP joints of the hand. If the finger is bilaterally unstable, the lateral support splint is available with supports on both sides.
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Note: When considering splints, it is important to consult with, and be evaluated by, a therapist or other healthcare professional who specializes in treating finger problems and who can give advice on the best splint solutions.