At FORM Hand Therapy, our therapists are highly knowledgeable in the technical skills of custom fabricated splints. Once the need for immobilization is determined, our therapists fabricate splints according to your condition and requirements. Splints are designed to protect and immobilize a bone or joint, and assist in regaining range of motion of a joint. Off the shelf splints are limited in sizing and adjustment options, and because splinting involves subsequent application of support, custom splints are preferred and can be modified as your needs change with the progression of therapy. Our therapists make splints that are also fast and easy to apply.
- Static splints to immobilize, protect, and rest a joint.
- Dynamic splints designed to increase passive range of motion, augment active range of motion, or substitute for loss of range of motion.
- Serial splints which undergo repeated remodeling to guide progressive increases in range of motion.