How To Fasten

Fastening Instructions

Please take 2 minutes to learn how to properly fasten a PowerSplint.

When correctly fastened, PowerSplint will offer amazing finger protection, a full range of finger motion, and no discomfort.

Full range of finger motion

Fits inside baseball/softball mitts and on top of football/batting gloves

PowerSplint Medical Summary

Uses and Limitations

Powersplint provides static protection against finger injuries. The straps and padding have some dynamic stretch, allowing for limited finger flexion and increased hand use. It protects primarily the proximal interphalangeal joint (against impact from all angles, including side impact) and provides some distal interphalangeal protection also.

Powersplint is an excellent product to use for prevention and recovery from finger sprains and strains. It can be used during recovery from phalangeal fractures and proximal interphalangeal joint injuries, including boutonniere injuries, dislocations, and fracture dislocations. It can give support for distal interphalangeal joint injury recovery, including bony and soft tissue mallet injuries and distal phalangeal fractures.

Powersplint is not designed for primary treatment of acute unstable fractures or fracture dislocations or acute tendon injuries. Its use in these or other situations should be at the sole discretion of a trained medical professional.

Please watch the short demo video at, which further demonstrates how Powersplint works and also explains the proper way to fasten a Powersplint for maximum protection and mobility.
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