PowerSplint is used regularly by track and field athletes and their athletic trainers in the events of shot put, discus, javelin and others. PowerSplint supports the DIP and PIP joints to reduce risk of injury. It offers finger protection and is used as a finger guard and finger sleeves by athletes in all sports and at all levels, including the NBA, NFL, MLB, NCAA, pro soccer & rugby leagues and more.
PowerSplint finger guard can now be purchased by 26 international countries like Spain, Italy, France, England, Germany and others via the link below. PowerSplint provides the world's best sports finger protection for little fingers (pinkie), ring fingers, middle fingers and index or pointer fingers that suffer finger injuries like dislocations, jams, sprains, breaks and more.
Finger sleeves or other types of finger braces don't provide much finger protection at all but PowerSplint provides impact-resistant finger support and is used in sports like rugby, soccer, football, cricket, basketball, volleyball, baseball, golf and many other sports. We look forward to growing internationally as the world's most recognized finger protector for athletes!
Rugby is one of the most physical sports in the world and finger injuries like dislocations, jams, sprains, breaks, etc. occur very often, especially to the DIP and PIP joints where support is crucial. Finger protection is a must for many rugby players as they can't worry all game long about a small amount of contact sending them to the sidelines, or worse, to the locker room.
PowerSplint is used by amateur and professional rugby players worldwide.Read More
Finger support for Bowling can be crucial to a bowler's success. An athlete with a finger dislocation, jam, sprain or other injury may find that finger injury slower to heal with no extra support. Bowling without proper finger protection may also be too painful or bothersome and force the athlete to not participate. PowerSplint offes DIP and PIP finger support to help bowl pain free.
Just like a knee brace can add support to the weight that a knee bares, a PowerSplint can add support to the weight that fingers bare.Read More
The first professional athlete to use PowerSplint in an NBA game was Trevor Booker, then of the Washington Wizards. Trevor had been bothered by a dislocated index (pointer) finger on his shooting hand. After testing out a PowerSplint we sent him, he decided to wear one in a game vs. the Dallas Mavericks. The result that night? 10 points and a career-high 19 rebounds!
PowerSplint offers outstanding DIP and PIP finger support and can be used as a finger splint, finger brace, sleeve, guard, protector and finger support.Read More