Boxers Fracture Splint

June 20, 2013 @ 10:24 am posted by Brace and Support Help
Boxer Fracture Splint

Boxer Fracture Splint

 

Did you, or someone you know break a pinky?  That is called a Boxer’s Fracture.  Most of the time this results when someone punches something harder than their little finger.

A Boxer’s fracture splint is a great treatment option for a broken 5th metacarpal (pinky).  The brace can be removed or worn during showering and swimming.  It can also be removed to wash and dry it.  A plaster cast in the summer can get pretty funky.

The brace pictured above can be ordered in the neutral (flat) or intrinsic position (pre-bent).  Click on this link to learn more:  Boxer Fracture Splint  .

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