With a Mallet finger, the stretch tendon to the last finger bone is (ripped off) or broken off. This often happens due to the hard tip of the finger. The fracture can be in the bone or in the tendon and the last finger can no longer be actively stretched. The Mallet Finger splint ensures that the last leg is in the extended end position. This causes the bone or tendon to reassemble.
The correct fingerprint size is very important. The finger splint must fit properly to decrease the freedom of movement of the joint. The finger splint must not be too tight. You can easily measure the size yourself with the help of a centimeter. You measure this around the last finger joint. Lay the measuring tape tightly over the finger. You can easily read the correct size in the table below. If you have doubts about whether you have broad fingertips / joints, choose the largest size. A finger indication is also indicated in the table. This is just an indication, if your fingers are very narrow or wide, this can of course differ.
|Circumference||Measure||Finger splint length||Finger indication||User indication|
|<4.1 cm||0||4.6 cm||little finger & ring finger||Child|
|4.1 - 4.4 cm||1||4.7 cm||little finger & ring finger||Child / Woman|
|4.4 - 4.8 cm||2||5.5 cm||middle & forefinger||Woman|
|4.8 - 5.2 cm||3||5.6 cm||middle & forefinger||Woman|
|5.2 - 5.6 cm||4||5.7 cm||waist, forefinger & thumb||Woman man|
|> 5.6 cm||5||5.9 cm||thumb||man|
Note: Good treatment stands or falls with the right fit. The advice is always to order multiple sizes. You can return the unnecessary dimensions to us and we will credit you in accordance with ProBrace Return Conditions