Djo Procare Universal Wrist-O-Prene
The Procare Universal Wrist-O-Prene is a medical device designed to provide compression and support for individuals with wrist sprains, strains, and conditions like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).
Features and Benefits:
Wraparound Neoprene Brace: The Wrist-O-Prene™ features a wraparound design made of neoprene material. Neoprene is known for its excellent durability, flexibility, and ability to provide compression. This brace wraps around the wrist, providing a secure and comfortable fit.
Compression and Support: This brace is specifically designed to offer compression and support to the wrist. Compression helps reduce swelling and inflammation, which is particularly beneficial for individuals with wrist sprains, strains, or CTS. The support provided by the brace helps stabilize the wrist joint, reducing the risk of further injury.
Removable Contoured Aluminum Palmar Stay: The brace includes a contoured aluminum palmar stay. This stay is placed on the palm side of the wrist and provides additional support to the wrist. The stay can be removed if not needed or for cleaning purposes.
Inside Contact Closure: The Wrist-O-Prene™ features an inside contact closure mechanism. This type of closure ensures that the brace can be easily applied and provides a proper fit. The contact closure allows for adjustability to achieve the desired level of compression and support.
Durable Construction: The construction of the brace is durable and able to withstand wear during various activities. This makes it suitable for use during exercise, sporting activities, and repetitive work conditions.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that affects the wrist and hand. It occurs when the median nerve, which runs through the carpal tunnel in the wrist, becomes compressed. Individuals with CTS often experience symptoms such as pain, tingling, and numbness in the hand and fingers. Wrist braces like the Procare Universal Wrist-O-Prene™ can help manage symptoms by providing compression and support to the wrist, which can alleviate pressure on the median nerve.