TFCC Tear Wrist Support - Red
- Fits both wrists, one size fits most
- 100% guaranteed
- Can be worn in the water
- Does not restrict movement and can be worn all day, seven days a week
- Supports Radius and Ulna - allowing TFCC to heal without surgery
- Does NOT compress the ulnar head
- Relieves ulnar sided wrist pain from rotating, gripping, and weight-bearing
- Ideal for sports and exercise
- Read Testimonials here
- Need a scale for the Weight Bearing Test?
- Made in Hawaii, USA, in a solar-powered, zero-waste facility
- Latex and Rubber Free, DEHP Free, MRI Safe, Reusable
- Patent #8,398,573 B2
Best thing ever!
I was skeptical when the dr suggested this widget. I was even more skeptical when I received it, thinking no say this flimsy little thing would work. I’m super amazed how well it worked. Not only did it work, but it helped gained my wrist strength back. I feel I’m ready to go back to the gym. Hands down this is the best medical widget I’ve ever purchased!!!
WristWidgets helped my TFCC injury to heal
I had carpal tunnel surgery a few years ago and ulnar sided pain afterwards that did not respond to a WristWidget because the pain was from the surgery and the WristWidget works for certain kinds of injuries. It is amazing how different my experience with WristWidget was when I began using it for support after my wrist was immobilized for 6 weeks following surgery to repair several tears in my wrist. I was worried about my pain coming back when I was no longer immobilized but the WristWidget helped me when my wrist was still sore and weak and still healing. I was able to do a lot more with the WristWidget on, put more weight on my wrist than I was without it. At one point someone suggested that it might be time to start weaning myself from the WristWidget and I tried to do that but I discovered my wrist wasn’t quite ready after about a week and began using the WristWidget again. Immediate relief and I was able to function well again. I continued to use it for a few months following my surgery and my wrist is pretty much healed. I still put it on every now and then if I know I’m going to be lifting something that could be too much for my wrist and it seems to protect it from another injury. I found it a little uncomfortable at first but when I found out how to put it on correctly and what worked best for me, it was comforting because I knew it was helping me to be able function and giving my wrist the time it needed to heal. I would recommend sticking with it if it seems uncomfortable at first because it really does work for certain problems. Recovering from a TFCC injury can be a frustrating process, but the WristWidget makes it much easier and speeds it up.