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Quick-Fit Wrist II


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For the treatment of wrist and hand injuries and trauma  Read More

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ProCare Quick-Fit Wrist II

The ProCare Quick-Fit Wrist II is a universal, functional wrist orthosis for the treatment of wrist and hand injuries and trauma. A simple single pull lace design and stockinet tongue ease application while the soft nylon/foam laminate offers maximum comfort. The Quick-Fit Wrist II has an adjustable, malleable dorsal stay pod that may be placed in the proper location for maximum immobilization or removed completely during rehabilitation. A unique contoured palmar stay provides proper anatomical fit allowing full finger dexterity and may be contoured as needed to address a variety of indications. Universal for wrist sizes 10" and under and Universal XL for wrist sizes 10" plus. Left and Right. Patent pending.

Size Chart & Fit Help
Size Length Wrist Circ.
U 8" Up to 10"
U/XL 8" 10" plus
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  • kevin at 1/27/2016 4:01 AM
    • I just had reconstructive surgery on my wrist. Had total dislocation. Had 3 pins in wrist. I'm about 6 weeks post surgery. Have had plastic immobilization splint on. Will be returning to work soon. Plastic splint won't cut it at work. Which splint would u suggest?
    • Either the Quickfit Wrist II or the A2 Wrist brace by Aircast. Both have a aluminum stay on top and bottom of the wrist. The A2 is a little cooler than the Quickfit.
  • Adi at 1/2/2016 11:37 AM
    • How do you clean the QUICK-FIT WRIST II brace
    • Hand wash with mild soap and let it air dry
  • Sally at 11/9/2015 5:33 AM
    • Will this brace be enough to support my recently broken arm while playing sports?
    • Sally
      If you recently broke your arm you would not play sports in this brace. This brace is usually worn after getting out of a cast 6 weeks after the break
  • Jessica at 8/19/2015 2:50 PM
    • I had a boxers fracture and need support while working. Will this brace be the best one to choose for that?
    • Jessica
      The Quickfit II Wrist brace does come down on the hand so it should be supportive enough for a healed fracture.
  • jan at 4/27/2015 8:03 AM
    • I broke my wrist. Will this product be adequate for healing ?
    • Jan
      Yes this brace will not allow you to move the wrist so it can heal
  • Beth at 7/28/2014 7:58 AM
    • I workout a lot and do a lot of pushups, bridges, etc... My wrists are weak and my thumbs also get strained from trying to compensate. Would a brace like this help? I see so many on this site and I'm confused as to which one would be better.
    • Beth
      If you want to wear the braces while working out then take a look at the DonJoy Wrist Wraps. You can still get the use of your hands while wearing these. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-wrist-wraps-wrist-brace
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