• Helps enlarged or bumpy knuckles that are starting to turn sideways due to Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ligament Injuries
• Movable pad and soft non-slip straps apply pressure to help straighten crooked fingers
• Wear for short periods- several times a day
• Available in three sizes to fit a range of finger sizes
This splint is not recommended if you have reduced circulation, a condition such as Raynaud’s syndrome or loss of feeling in your fingers.
Not sure if this splint is right for you? Please discuss this product with your health care provider before purchasing.
Please note: For hygiene reasons, this splint is not returnable.
Wear: Suggested wearing time is 5 to 10 minutes, 3 to 4 times a day
The Side Step Splint works best when deviation first appears and will not be effective on fingers that are fixed in place. It is recommended that you don't wear your splint for more than the suggested 10 minute periods.
Please monitor your finger color and temperature and loosen or remove your splint if your finger discolors or becomes cold to the touch.
How to Wear this Splint: 3pp Side Step Application Instructions
Care: Hand or machine wash the straps and pads. Air dry
Fabric: Steel wire, nylon and lycra, polyethylene foam, 100% latex-free
My finger has been stuck in a crooked position for many years. Will this straighten it out?
If your finger is really stuck and does not move or straighten when you push on it, this splint will not be effective. If your knuckle moves or straightens with pressure, the Side Step Splint may help or at least help limit the progression.
Can I wear this at night when I sleep?
The suggested wearing time is 3 to 4 times a day for 5 to 10 minutes. If you decide to wear it at night, apply only a light corrective pressure that will be tolerable for several hours of wear.
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