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Kitzz Steele-Terrey
Kitzz Steele-Terrey • 40 weeks ago

Oval-8 finger splints stabilize and align the PIP and DIP joints. With a simple turn of the splint, each Oval-8 finger splint can be used six different ways to treat tendon or ligament injuries, protect healing fractures, control unstable joints, prevent contractures and more.

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