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Custom Made Hand Splints That Hand Therapists Make For Patients

Here in Phoenix Rehab, we only work with experienced, senior and passionate hand therapists who are well versed in the fabrication of customized hand splints for our patients, and these are the following groups of splinting by body parts:

  • Finger splinting (just the digits/fingers and thumbs)
  • Hand based splinting (just the hand including the palm and web space)
  • Forearm based splinting (the forearm, may include wrist and fingers where appropriate)
  • Elbow splinting (generally mainly elbows, but may involve shoulder or wrists)
  • Shoulder Splinting (just shoulder usually)
  • Knee splinting (just knee usually)
  • Ankle splinting (just ankle usually, but may extend to toes)
  • Toes splinting (just the digits/toes)
  • Nose/face splinting (for broken noses/post surgery)

More details on each splinting category

Finger Splinting

  1. Mallet Splint

  2. Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Dorsal Blocking Splint

  3. Anti-trigger Splint (single digit or multiple)

  4. Finger Gutter Extension Splint

  5. Anti-Boutonniere Splint

  6. Anti-Swan Neck Splint

Hand Based Splinting

  1. Resting Hand Splint

  2. Night Extension Splint

  3. Dupuytren’s Splint

  4. Ulnar Gutter Splint

    Interphalangeal joints free and included

  5. Radial Gutter Splint

    Interphalangeal joints free and included

  6. Short Opponens Splint

  7. Metacarpalphalangeal Blocking Splint

Forearm Based Splinting

  1. Wrist Splint

    Traditional resting brace
    Clamshell piece
    Flexion splint
    Extension splint

  2. Forearm Gutter Splint

  3. Forearm Based Thumb Spica

  4. Ulnar Gutter Splint

    Interphalangeal joints, free and included

  5. Radial Gutter Splint

    Interphalangeal joints, free and included

  6. Dorsal Blocking Splint

  7. Metacarpalphalangeal Blocking Splint

  8. Sugar Tong Splint

  9. Delta Cast Gauntlet

Elbow Splinting

  1. Posterior Elbow Splint (Thermoplastic and Delta Cast)

  2. Anterior Elbow Extension Splint

  3. Static Progressive Elbow Flexion Splint

  4. Static Progressive Elbow Extension Splint

Knee Splinting

  1. Knee extension splint

  2. Knee flexion splint

Ankle Splinting

  1. Ankle foot orthosis (AFO) - regular resting version

  2. Ankle foot orthosis (AFO) - dynamic version for walking

Toes Splinting

  1. Buddy splinting

  2. Hallux valgus splinting

  3. Toe extension splinting

Nose Splinting

  1. Nose bridge splinting

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Phoenix Rehab & physiotherapy Services

Phoenix Rehab Group works with specialist physiotherapists and rehab therapists who are highly trained, qualified, experienced and passionate to provide high level of expert care to our patients.


Patients who sustained injuries to their elbows, forearms, hands, wrists (sprains and fractures) and fingers, and requires Hand Therapy to increase the function of their hand following injuries or post-operations as well as custom made hand splints.

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