• Recommended for relief of mild carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, wrist strain, tendinitis and deQuervains tenosynovitis
• Six zones of graduated compression boost circulation and healing to reduce your swelling and provide pain relief
• Hypoallergenic gel "stabilizer" zones keep the sleeve in place while you stay active
• Compression extends around your thumb to support and relieve mild thumb arthritis or tendinitis
• Easy to put on and take off, the WS6 will not bind or roll and allows you to fully move your wrist and fingers
• Sold one per package- fits either your right or left hand
Please Note: The WS6 Sleeve is not designed to treat arm or hand lymphedema.
Not sure if this Wrist Compression Sleeve is right for you? Please discuss this product with your health care provider before purchasing.
Wear: Wear day and/or night as needed or directed by your health care provider.
Please monitor your wrist condition carefully and remove the WS6 Compression Sleeve if you experience
skin discoloration, temperature change or tingling sensations and discuss any changes with your health care provider.
Care: Hand wash in cold water. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Line or air dry.
Fabric: Lycra, Micro-Nylon. Latex-free
When should I wear the WS6 Compression Wrist Sleeve?
The WS6 Compression Sleeve can be worn day or night. During the day, the gentle compression helps prevent the swelling that can cause aching hands and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Nighttime wear is recommended to lessen morning stiffness and swelling if you have arthritis or other inflammatory conditions. Please monitor the color and circulation in your hand and remove the sleeve if you experience any discoloration or coldness.
Can I wear sleeves on both hands?
If you have symptoms in both hands, you should consider buying two sleeves. They come packaged one per box.
Will this help if I have lymphedema?
The WS6 compression sleeve was not designed for those with lymphedema. The WS6 provides gentle compression around the base of your thumb and around the wrist, with lower compression in the forearm. If you have mild edema only in your hand or around your thumb, the WS6 may be helpful in place of a lymphedema glove or when worn with a lymphedema arm sleeve. Please consult with your health care provider.
Will this help if I have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
The WS6 sleeve offers compression that can help control the swelling that can bring on the tingling and numbness typical with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Though the sleeve does not prevent you from moving your wrist, it does support your wrist so you are less likely to hold it in positions that can increase pressure on the carpal tunnel.
My hand and wrist get achy during the day. Will the Wrist Sleeve help?
The most frequent comment we hear about the WS6 Wrist Sleeve is that it feels like "support hose for my hand". Since compression helps circulation and has been shown to lessen muscle fatigue and swelling, that seems to make sense. If you tend to do a lot of the same tasks during the day, the WS6 can be just what you are looking for to provide support without limiting hand or wrist motion.
Good on hand but loose in wrist
Good Compression Sleeve- A little tight
Great for Carpal Tunnel Flare Ups