Wrist Support with Universal Cuff - Standard Model

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Features

North Coast Medical Wrist Support with Universal Cuff - Standard Model

  • Durable & effective splint
  • Bendable leather-covered metal dorsal support

Product Overview

North Coast Medical Wrist Support with Universal Cuff - Standard Model

Wrist Support with Universal Cuff - Standard Model


Position the hand in the desired degree of extension with this durable wrist support. When used for wrist drop, both the Standard and Deluxe Wrist Support with Universal Cuff are durable and effective opponen splints. Each have a bendable leather-covered metal dorsal support with leather arm straps. The Standard Model features a leather universal cuff with pocket built into the palmar strap. The Deluxe Model (560163) features a 2-5/8" (6.6cm) deep Kydex palmar cuff with leather pocket riveted to the cuff.



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North Coast Medical Wrist Support with Universal Cuff - Standard Model

NC35334 - Adult Right - $30.69

NC35333 - Adult Left - $30.69

NC35336 - Adult Right Large - $31.97

NC35335 - Adult Left Large - $31.97

NC35332 - Child Right - $31.97

NC35331 - Child Left - $31.97



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Great Product – Too Small Verified Purchaser

Pros:
functional. Durable. Adaptable.
Cons:
ugly. Deceiving sizes.
Describe Yourself:
QUADRIPLEGIC.

I have been using one of these since fresh out of my injury 10 years ago. I was 1st introduced to them in the rehab process(where they taught me that it works best with the head of the utensil bent down at a 45 degree angle. Therapists stand by them, and so do I. I've even rigged a way to attach my razor to shave. I have also tried other similar products, but stick with this. !However, don't be deceived! I haven't had to buy one in years and have been avoiding it because they are extremely overpriced. So, I went with the adult size. Way too small! Still works, but it sucks. And I am a quadriplegic with very skinny wrists. Get the large, unless for a child!

by from St. Louis, MO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
WORKS GREAT, QUADRIPLEGICS MUST HAVE

Pros:
INDEPENDENCE.
Cons:
NONE.
Best Uses:
HOOLDING UTENSILS. HOLDING UTENSILS.
Describe Yourself:
QUADRIPLEGIC.

GOOD PRICE, FAST DELIVERY

by from Flint Hill, VA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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i have parkinsen wii this help me with my shakes
Asked on Sep 4, 2011 4:32:17 AM by jim from fl
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I use this universal cuff primarily for holding my eating utensil and keeping my wrist from dropping. As far as preventing the shakes, I doubt it. However, it might help confine it to your entire forearm instead of hands and arms.
Answered on Jan 6, 2013 1:52:13 PM by Jackson from San Diego, CA
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My husband is quadapelic and uses this this and it works great. My mom has Parkinson's and I don't think this would help her at all, mostly likely it would be worse because you less control of the utensil.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 11:25:09 AM by Hobbie from Springfield, MO
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Part Number(s): 141 0247 03 03, 141 0247 01 01, 141 0247 03 01, 141 0247 01 04, 141 0247 01 02, 141 0247 01 03

Mfg Part Number(s): NC35334, NC35333, NC35336, NC35335, NC35332, NC35331

Scrip Part Number(s): 141 0247 01 03, 141 0247 01 01, 141 0247 01 04, 141 0247 01 02, 141 0247 03 03, 141 0247 03 01