The Bort DigiSoft Wrist Brace/ 2 Finger Brace is a unique finger splint from Bort that supports up to two fingers, leaving the others free.
For any finger injury that needs stabilization to heal properly.
Dupuytren’s Contracture & Metacarpal Fracture Splint Extension Brace for Index, Middle, Ring or Pinky
– 2 Finger Splint for immobilization of interphalangeal joints, Finger & Wrist Joint
– Adjustable aluminum splint with soft padding
– Immobilization of either one or two fingers
– Velcro fasteners, on metacarpals and fingers can be positioned as required
COLOR: blue, grey
Finger Immobilizer Splint for Index, Middle, Ring or Pinky Sprains, Fractures & Contracture
Recovering from a finger injury or surgery or managing a chronic hand condition is tough. Daily activities such as work and errands can cause debilitating pain. A long, two finger immobilizer can help you get through everyday tasks without aggravating your injury. This full-length hand splint limits finger movement, promoting natural healing and preventing re-injury.
Along with post-surgical protection, our medical-grade finger splint can be used as an alternative treatment to help you avoid surgery for conditions such as:
- Dupuytren’s Contracture (also called Viking hand deformity)
- Intrinsic hand contracture.
- Trigger finger.
- Mallet finger (a fingertip tendon injury, also called “baseball finger”).
- Jammed fingers.
- Jersey finger.
- Broken knuckles.
- Sprained, bruised or dislocated finger joints.
- 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th metacarpal fractures (and boxer fracture).
- Arthritis or tendonitis finger pain.
Because it provides hand support along with stable extension of the proximal interphalangeal, distal interphalangeal, and metacarpophalangeal joints, this versatile single or double finger immobilizer can also help with:
- Post-stroke or palsy finger curling.
- Clenched hands.
- Radial gutter (if the aluminum splint is bent correctly).
- PIP, DIP, and MCP extension or joint pain.
- Proximal or distal phalanx fractures (broken phalanges).
- Claw hand (curved, curled, bent, or crooked fingers).
- Can be used as an EDS finger splint (for Ehlers-Danos Syndrome Hypermobility).
- Boutonniere deformity.
- Swan neck deformity.
- Ulnar claw (Spinsters Claw).
This brace also helps prevent a finger locking sensation caused by swelling in your tendons. Learn more about treatment options for trigger finger (stenosing tenosynovitis) and trigger thumb
As always, we recommend consulting with a doctor about the underlying cause of your crooked fingers. Especially if a brace is needed to keep your fingers straight.
7 Reasons Why People Love This Two Finger Extension Brace
Features a Bendable Aluminum Splint
Wear on Your Right or Left Hand
Adjustable Straps for the Perfect Fit
Less Restrictive Than Most Finger Supports
Breathable and Lightweight Design
Easy Single or Double Finger Immobilization
One Step Above Buddy Taping
Frequently Asked Questions About This Hand Splint and Two Finger Cast
- What conditions / injuries does this thumb splint treat? Ideal for metacarpal breaks, fractured fingers, sprained knuckle treatment, mallet finger, tendonitis, trigger finger (stenosing tenosynovitis), post-operative care, and sore tendon finger pain. This resting hand splint may also provide some relief for stroke patients, radial palsy finger curling, hand spasticity, rheumatoid arthritis, Dupuytren’s muscle contracture, and clenched hands.
- How does it work? This finger and hand immobilizer is specifically designed to hold two adjacent fingers straight in a stabilized position for finger protection, support and pain relief.
- Can I wear it on any finger? It can be worn on your pinky, ring, middle, and index (pointer) finger. It cannot be used to treat thumb injuries or pain.
- Is this brace adjustable? The finger sling comes with four straps, two of which are removable. Depending on your injury and desired stabilization, you can remove the two middle straps for a lower degree of support. In addition, you can bend and mold the aluminum splint to match the natural curve of your hand.
- Who can wear this brace? Perfect for adult men and women of all shapes and sizes, as well as some kids. Available in sizes ranging from kids, and adult small to large, fitting a wide variety of hand shapes and sizes.
- Can I wear it while sleeping? Yes, you can wear this extensor tendon splint overnight while sleeping to help reduce pain and discomfort in the morning.
- What size should I get? To choose your size, carefully measure the distance from the base of your palm to the tip of the longest finger you wish to immobilize, in inches. This trigger finger splint can be worn on your right or left hand for two-finger immobilization.
- When should I wear it? The versatility of this dynamic finger splint allows you to wear it whenever and for as long as you need to. For some conditions (specifically trigger finger), wearing an immobilizer through the night is essential in reducing your pain. The low-profile design also permits movement in the fingers that remain free, allowing you to continue with your daily activities.
- What is it made of? Constructed out of an aluminum splint covered in a soft, padded sponge foam with nylon straps and hook and loop fastener. All components are latex free.
- How do I put it on? To apply, simply bend the aluminum splint to your desired shape. Open all straps, and place the affected fingers on the brace. Fasten the straps around your hand to your desired compression level.
- Can I wear it on either hand? Yes, the splint fits on your right or left hand.
- Washing Instructions: The straps can be hand washed in warm water with mild detergent. The splint portion can be wiped with a damp cloth. Lay flat to air dry completely before reapplying.
- Other features:
- Fits men, women, and children
- Natural, non-invasive fix for many sources of finger pain
- Easy to apply, take off, and adjust
SIZES – Hand length
Measure: Base of palm to tip of finger
Children: 4.3″ – 5.5″ inches
Size 1: 5.1″ – 6.3″ inches
Size 2: 6.3″ – 7.5″ inches
Size 3: 7.5″ – 8.7″ inches
Can be worn on the left or right