Polycentric Hinged Ulnar Deviation Splint for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Polycentric Hinged Ulnar Deviation Splint for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Click to enlarge


  • Corrects and controls deviation of the fingers caused by Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Adjustable finger stays hold your fingers in proper alignment
  • The palm is free to allow gripping and pinching
  • Hinges allow you to fully bend and straighten your fingers
  • Recommended for daytime wear

Rheumatoid Arthritis may cause joint instability resulting in your fingers drifting towards your little finger. By restoring your fingers to a more functional position, the Polycentric UD Splint improves hand function letting you grip and pinch with better strength and security. The padded finger stays can be adjusted individually and make it easy to take the splint on and off, even if your finger joints are swollen or enlarged. The Polycentric Ulnar Deviation splint may be fit following joint replacement surgery to help maintain proper alignment and range of motion.

For those whose ulnar deviation requires moderate to firm support, we recommend the Radial Hinged Ulnar Deviation Splint.  We strongly recommend that you discuss this splint with your health care provider before making a purchase. Once you have chosen to purchase this splint, we recommend you take it to your doctor/therapist to  properly fit or adjust your splint.

Rest hand on table top and measure the width across the MP’s (big knuckles)to size. It is recommended that you see your health care provider to assist you in choosing the correct splint and size for your condition. Oh My Arthritis is not responsible for incorrect sizing, fit or use of splints.

Size Guide:

  • X-Small: For widths 2-1/4" to 2-3/4"
  • Small: For widths 2-3/4" to 3"
  • Medium: For widths 3" to 3-3/8"
  • Large: For widths 3-3/8" to 3-5/8"

Rinse in cool soapy water and rinse well with clear water. Towel or air dry until finger sleeves and wrist strap dries.

Please note: For hygiene reasons, this splint is not returnable.

Polycentric Hinged Ulnar Deviation Splint for Rheumatoid Arthritis