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ComfortFORM™ Wrist w/Abducted Thumb


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Attention Medicare Patients

Durable lightweight fabric is Lycra® lined for breathability and patient comfort.

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Product Details

Product Description

Features & Benefits

  • Durable lightweight fabric is Lycra® lined for breathability and patient comfort
  • Dual aluminum stays support palmer surface of wrist and extensor surface of thumb
  • Stays can be adjusted for proper angulation
  • Contact closure straps
  • Ideal for wrist sprains, strains, scaphoid injuries, Carpal Tunnel, Gamekeeper's thumb, and deQuervain's Syndrome symptoms
Size Chart & Fit Help

Size Side Wrist Circ. Length
XS Right up to 5.5" 7.5"
S Right 5.5"-6.5" 7.5"
M Right 6.5"-7.5" 8"
L Right 7.5"-8.5" 8.5"
XL Right 8.5"+ 8.5"
XS Left up to 5.5" 7.5"
S Left 5.5"-6.5" 7.5"
M Left 6.5"-7.5" 8"
L Left 7.5"-8.5" 8.5"
XL Left 8.5"+ 8.5"
Product Questions (8)

Product Questions

ProCare ComfortFORM™ Wrist w/Abducted Thumb

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  • Pat at 9/2/2016 10:21 AM
    • I dislocated my thumb at the mc joint will this protect my thump and keep it safe if I play football?
    • Yes, this brace will support and protect the thumb during sports.

  • realBKW at 4/24/2016 6:16 PM
    • I am an AKA and still use crutches while adapting to my prosthetic. I've jammed my hand several times when caught holding the crutches as I fell, as above knee amputees are wont to do! Comes with the territory. But I also have a smallish ganglion cyst on the inside base of my thum. Would a thumb brace help that? I imagine it could keep pressure off the joint? Any suggestions?
    • A brace with a thumb support in it will immobilize the thumb which will help a injury heal. The thumb splint will keep the thumb stiff and not allow you to bend it around the crutches wich may or maynot be beneficial to you.
  • Ceasar at 1/7/2016 9:01 PM
    • If I have a broken scaphoid can I use this instead of the hard splint the doctor gives me?
    • The Procare ComfortFORM Wristw/Abducted thumb can be used for a stable scafoid fracture although you should speak to your physician before switching braces.
  • Gg at 10/20/2015 8:20 AM
    • I have carpal tunnel and havethe procare comfort form wrist brace. Howis tthis brace beneficial for the carpal tunnel? And how often should the brace be worn?
    • The brace immobilizes the wrist so it stops repetitive motions that can cause the inflammation in the tunnel. The brace can be worn as much as possible. Some start just wearing it at night and others wear it full time.
  • Ellen Dunlap at 8/2/2015 4:46 PM
    • I have tendonitis. Is this brace good for that?
    • Yes, the ProCare ComfortFORM Wrist w/Abducted Thumb will be suitable for tendonitis. It will immobilize the thumb and wrist to help heal and relieve the pain.
  • susan pons at 2/27/2015 7:56 PM
  • Stacy at 9/9/2014 8:58 AM
    • My wrists measure exactly 6.5". Should I order a medium or a large?
    • Stacy
      The medium should be fine
  • Lia at 4/22/2014 7:26 PM
    • Is this brace machine washable? (Not interested in dryer. Just if can be put in washing machine.)
    • It should be washed by hand in a mild soap
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    This thumb brace is made well keeping my thumb in place, reducing pain.
    Pros: I take less pain medication and I wont need surgery any time soon.
    Cons: There are no cons when it comes to my brace!
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use, Chronic Instability
    Posted on February 8, 2017

    Excellent brace

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    This works really well for my 63 year old son.
    Posted on August 6, 2016

    Good product, great price

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    I had wrist pain from too much yoga, which I was making worse with the occasional jolt from planting my ski pole. I mentioned it at a checkup, and the doctor offered this wrist brace as I was leaving the office. I was billed $300 for it, about half of which was paid by insurance.
    Pros: It is helping protect my wrist during times I might injure it, while enabling me to stay reasonably active (occasional yoga classes and skiing).
    Cons: The velcro is a little loud and awkward to take on and off in yoga class. Now that I see these braces are relatively inexpensive when purchased directly, I'm eyeing the model that appears to fasten more quietly with elastic ties.
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Occasional Use, Preventing Injury, Recovering from Injury, Sports
    Posted on April 18, 2018

    Great relief

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    Was recommended by my ortho for arthritis pain in my thumb joint. Comfortable to wear and pain is almost completely gone due to the support the brace gives. Highest recommendation.
    Pros: Comfortable, easy to adjust
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use
    Posted on July 27, 2019

    I like the brace

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    The brace works very well and is comfortable to wear. I can go through my day and not notice that I am wearing it. Even when sleeping it is comfortable.
    Pros: Light weight an easy to wear.
    Cons: The Velcro facing outward snags the polyester material of shirts and pulls the fibers out of the shirts.
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on February 21, 2018

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