Neurological conditions including but not limited to stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, MS, GBS, ALS, and muscular dystrophy.
Brachial plexus injury
Radial nerve palsy
Individuals exhibiting wrist drop and/or lacking finger extension.
Not for use with clients exhibiting increased tone/spasticity.
Not for use with severe contractures or joint deformities in the fingers.
Not for use over open wounds and infected areas.
Not for use with severe edema.
Spiral forearm design that secures the wrist in a functional position.
Tensioners are located at the IP joints (interphalangeal joint) of the fingers and thumb to assist with extending the digits following grasping.
Individual Tensioners can be removed to customize assistance based on the client’s needs.
Numerous sized Tensioners included to accommodate various finger lengths.
Full joint finger motion possible to maximize functional performance.
Silicone covered finger tips to improve traction during grasping.
Non-slip liner to minimize migration.
Glove includes Lycra material for expandability.
Palm exposed to increase breathability and ease of donning.
Lightweight and comfortable.