Liberty Contour Wrist Splint for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The Liberty Contour Wrist Splint for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is designed with a thumb cut-out modification that grants the joint free and unimpeded movement whilst the wrist and forearm are supported by a premium quality aluminium stay. Perfect for arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome, the Liberty Contour Wrist Splint uses a combination of compression and stability reinforcement to heal fatigued and worn out joints in the hand, wrist and forearm.
Sizing Information for the Liberty Contour Wrist Splint
The Liberty Contour Wrist Splint is available in four different sizes. To find the right one for you, simply measure the circumference of your wrist and match it against the sizing chart below to find the most appropriate size.
|Size ||Wrist Circumference |
|Extra Small/Youth ||11 - 14cm |
|Small ||14 - 17cm |
|Medium ||17 - 18cm |
|Large ||18 - 20cm |
Sizing Tips and Tricks
- Use a fabric tape measure to remove the guess work when selecting a size
- If you fall on a sizing boundary, our product experts recommend selecting the larger of the two sizes
Which Conditions Can Benefit from Wearing the Liberty Contour Splint?
The Liberty Contour Wrist Splint can help with symptoms associated with a range of different conditions, including:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Forearm Instability
- Wrist Pain
How Does a Splint Help with Rehabilitation?
Wrist splints are perfect for stabilising a joint or bone in place so it doesn't move following injury or surgery. The Liberty Contour is perfect for carpal tunnel syndrome because it isolates the median nerve and associated tendons in the forearm, preventing the base of the hand and the wrist itself from flaring up and becoming more and more inflamed.
How Does the Liberty Contour Help with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Designed specifically with this condition in mind, the Liberty Contour Brace ensures your wrist stays in a straighter, more neutral position.
Key Features and Benefits of the Splint
- The perfect brace for treating ache and fatigue associated with carpal tunnel syndrome
- Rigid and robust aluminium stay is strong and stable
- Unique thumb cutout allows for increased and unimpeded range of motion at the joint base
- Soft and comfortable interior material is kind to sensitive skin
- Available in four different sizes, with options for the left and right hand available
Can I Wear the Liberty Contour At Night?
Absolutely. Evidence suggests that wearing a carpal tunnel brace at night has a positive effect on the forearm tendons and nerves and that wearing one does more to relieve symptoms than wearing nothing at all.
Should I Wear the Splint During the Day?
If you are treating carpal tunnel syndrome with your Liberty Contour Wrist Splint you should only wear your splint at night. This is because of the way your wrist bends during the night when you're asleep.
If you are treating any of the many other suitable conditions the brace is suitable for, our product experts recommend wearing the brace in conjunction with the advice of a suitable medical professional.
Is the Liberty Contour Wrist Splint Ambidextrous?
The Liberty Contour is not ambidextrous as it is available in either a left or right hand option. Please ensure you select the correct hand option for you by using the dropdown menu at the top of the page before checking out.
Does the Liberty Contour Carpal Tunnel Splint Use a Metal Stay?
The Liberty Contour Wrist Brace features an aluminium metal stay that runs the entire length of the brace to provide stability all the way up the forearm and into the palm area. The stay curves at the palm, giving you the most comfortable and contoured support available.