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Boomerang Wrist Support

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Provides compression and support and is ideal for mild wrist sprains and strains.  Read More
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The Boomerang Wrist Support's unique wrap-around design provides compression and support and is ideal for mild wrist sprains and strains.


Features Benefits:

  • Provides compression and support
  • Easy wrap-around design
  • Fits right or left
  • Universal sizing
  • Neoprene
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  • David at 1/16/2015 12:58 PM
    • I have ulnar sided (Pinkie) sided wrist pain from degenerative TFCC tears in both wrists. I get pain in the TFCC area when I swim. Can you recommend a wrist brace to help with ulnar side pain while swimming?
    • David
      You can use the Boomerang wrist support while swimming, it will give mild support to the wrist. Another optioin would be the wrist wraps http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-wrist-wraps-wrist-brace
  • Nick at 7/17/2014 11:59 PM
    • Can you wear this under a hockey glove? Or would it be too restrictive?
    • Yes
      The brace is a neoprene wrap not very thick
  • Chris at 4/28/2014 2:11 PM
  • Lana Marenco at 3/7/2014 4:15 PM
    • Will this be a good brace to wear while doing Olympic style Lifting (like power snatches)? I've started feeling pain in just me right hand near what I believe is called the medicarpal flangular joint. The pain is actually just below that joint. Or is there a different brace that will allow a healthy way to keep lifting and not cause permanent damage?
    • Lana
      This is a neoprene wrap around wrist and hand support. If you pain is in the hand, MCP joint, this is the best compressive support you are going to find on our website.
  • julie at 12/18/2013 11:09 AM
    • Can neoprene wrist braces be used in a chlorinated swimming pool?
    • Julie
      Thank you for contacting DJO. Yes they can be worn in the pool, just make sure that you rinse it afterwards
  • Sue at 7/19/2013 5:05 PM
    • My daughter had surgery to remove 2 ganglion cysts from the back of her wrist 2 weeks ago. She is gradually increasing her strength and range of motion at this time, but has a long way to go yet. Volleyball starts in a month, and the surgeon said she may want a soft support with a little padding that may also take away a little of the impact if she were to fall on it, but nothing that would restrict her wrist mobility. (She is currently using a solid support brace, which is far to restrictive). I'm not even sure if they are allowed to wear any wrist/hand devices when they play, but if they are, do you think your support would fit the bill? Thanks!
    • Hello Sue,

      I recommend the ProCare Universal Wrist O Prene. This brace is made of Neoprene, you slide it on and it has a velcro strap across the wrist to adjust based on comfort. Used to tighten. Contains a Removable palmer stay.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-universal-wrist-o-prene

      The Wrist Wrap provides less support with a shorter length, specific to wrist.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-boomerang-wrist-support

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Joe at 4/21/2013 7:57 AM
    • I have broken my wrist a few times over the years by impact and twisting. Ligaments and tendons are pretty much gone and have been told the wrist has become arthritic. Still active and looking for something that I would be able to still swing a bat. Wrap with tape now using figure 8 around thumb and wrist but was looking at possibly a brace taking tapes place. Any help or suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
    • Hello, Joe -

      You may want to look into something that also encompasses the thumb for support since you are utilizing a figure 8 around the thumb and wrist. The DonJoy Wrist/Thumb Wrapo would be a good choice:
      http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-wrist-thumb-wrap

      Another is also the DonJoy Universal Thumb-o-Prene:
      http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-universal-thumb-o-prene

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • phips at 2/5/2013 10:15 PM
    • I've broken my shooting wrist twice in the last 2 years...the same bone both times.

      so, im all healed and rehabbed and playing basketball again but sometimes when i stumble or fall on the court i get worried I'm going to mess up my wrist again. is there anything i can get that will provide some sort of rigid protection while not limiting my shooting motion...i know NBA players (like Kevin Love) wear something like what I'm looking for...
    • Hello, Phips -

      The brace that Kevin Love wears protects his hand, not his wrist. You stated that you broke a bone in your shooting wrist (Kevin broke a bone in his hand), so you would want to protect your wrist as opposed to your hand.

      We do have an array of wrist supports, however they may limit your motion during shooting (braces are designed to limit wrist extension). Probably the least constricting of our line of wrist braces would be the DonJoy Boomerang Wrist Brace, this would be your best choice.

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • Sam at 11/23/2012 6:27 PM
    • Can I shoot a basketball and play like normal with this brace?
    • Hello, Sam -

      This brace is designed to support your wrist and limit motion. You should be able to play basketball within your normal parameters. It is a light brace and does not contain any rigid material, so it does not lock or prevent specific motions in your joint.

      If you have further questions, we encourage you to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a great day!
  • Mat at 9/17/2012 7:21 PM
    • Will this stop my wrist from bending back while power cleaning or something like the bench press or push press where there is constantly weight on your wrist?
    • This wrap provides a mild compression and support. It would not be recommended to immobilize your wrist. If you are looking for complete immobilization you should look at the SXT or CXT.
  • Chris at 9/10/2012 4:53 PM
    • Can you use this braces playing football (position safety)?
    • Chris,
      That supports is for mild wrist sprains and strains. It will provide compression whil allowing movement at the wrist.
  • Josh at 3/13/2012 7:08 PM
    • Can you play golf while wearing this brace? I have a pain in the top back of my hand and in my wrist continuously but I dont want to give up the sport.
    • Yes you can play golf in this product.
  • jd at 6/1/2011 10:17 AM
    • does this wrist brace really protect the wrist when you fall on it
      and does it mess up dribbling and shooting or ball grip
    • This brace provides compression and does not affect dribbling. It will not provide maximum stability when falling on an outstretched arm because it is made out of neoprene.
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These work really good. I borrow my friends brace all the time. I have weak wrists so it really helps me with tumbling.
Posted on October 9, 2013

Very good

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I dont have one yet, but i have been borrowing my friends. it works very well for me when doing gymnastics, i love that you can tighten it to your own preference.
Posted on October 7, 2013