Thumb Injury/Sprain Spica and Braces

Thumb tenosynovitis, also known as “De Quervain's Disease, causes pain on the inside of the wrist and forearm just above the thumb. It is a common problem affecting the wrist and is usually easy to diagnose. A jammed thumb or sprained thumb is also a common injury that occurs during sports. The best relief includes ice therapy and a brace to support your thumb and wrist as your body heals. Your physician may also recommend physical therapy to strengthen and increase mobility in your thumb. We recommend the following thumb braces for thumb injuries. Need help selecting a brace for your sprained thumb? Try our Brace Advisor for recommendations based on injury and intended use.

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About Thumb Injuries

Thumb injuries can occur from a direct trauma or from overuse and age. Because the thumb is used in pinching and grasping motions, a sprained thumb can severely affect your ability to function on a day-to-day basis. Wearing a wrist brace with thumb spica can help provide the support you need to heal and protect your thumb from further injury.

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