Freedom Thumb Spica

AliMed Freedom Thumb Spica
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AliMed Freedom Thumb Spica

  • Supports wrist and thumb
  • Relieves CTS pain with thumb support
  • de Quervain's, rheumatoid arthritis

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AliMed Freedom Thumb Spica

Freedom Thumb Spica


The Freedom Wrist/Thumb Spica has a long thumb post and full support for the wrist. Use it to restrict all motion of the wrist and thumb. Later, when IP joint motion can be allowed, trim it back with scissors. Use for sports injuries, collateral ligament support, carpal tunnel syndrome and acute rheumatoid arthritis.

Freedom Thumb Spica Sizing: Sm./Med. fits most women and smaller men. Med./Lg. fits larger women and most men.


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AliMed Freedom Thumb Spica

NC14660 - Sm./Med., Left - $23.29

NC14661 - Sm./Med., Right - $23.29

NC14662 - Medium/Large, Left - $23.29

NC14663 - Medium/Large, Right - $27.23



Freedom Thumb Spica Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
2 reviews
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1 out of 2 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Durable (1)
Lightweight (1)
Sturdy (1)
Easy Storage (1)
Safe (1)
Top Cons

Painful to wear (1)
Expensive (1)
Restrictive (1)
Top Best Uses

Emergency (1)
Following Surgery (1)
Elderly (1)
1-2 of 2 reviews
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Ill-fitting, painful to wear Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Durable.
Cons:
Painful to wear. Expensive.

Bought on advice of Phys Therapist to immobilize thumb and wrist. I had to use an ace bandage to keep it in position. I also had to put a band-aid on my thumb where the area below the fingernail was getting a blister from the edge of the device. It also kept digging into the skin between my thumb and forefinger. Overall it just didn't fit well even though the size was correct.

by from Pearce, Arizona
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
Limited movement Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy. Easy Storage. Safe.
Cons:
Restrictive.
Best Uses:
Emergency. Following Surgery. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Athletic. Caregiver. Average Health.

I bought this one to prevent over compensation to my wrist while protecting my thumb. It covers the entire thumb but can be cut down to smaller size. The lining material is not great, it's a little rough on the skin and can rub blister if not careful. I prefer the material of the smaller Freedom Thumbkeeper to this one.

by from Scurry, TX
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
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Part Number(s): 717 0100 02 01, 717 0100 01 02, 717 0100 02 02, 717 0100 01 01

Mfg Part Number(s): NC14660, NC14661, NC14662, NC14663

Scrip Part Number(s): 717 0100 01 01, 717 0100 01 02, 717 0100 02 01, 717 0100 02 02