The Hypersplint™ helps to stop hyperextension, bending too far backwards, of the mid finger joint (PIP joint) or end thumb joint (IP joint) or end finger joint (DIP joint). Hyperextension can be caused by injury to the joint, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (BJHS), or other condition.
- joint injury, resulting in the finger or thumb bending too far backwards
- Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
- benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS)
Hypersplint™ Hypermobility EDS Swan Neck Silver Ring Splint
Multisizer or traditional ring sizers
Narrow tailor's measuring tape (cm/mm is slightly more accurate than inches), printable ring sizers if they're printed accurately
NOT SO GREAT
Wide tape measures, the "string and ruler" method
If you currently wear an Oval-8, you can convert that size into a measurement here.
If you currently wear splints from a company that stamps the inside of the splint with the size, contact us and we can hopefully help you convert it.
FOR THIS SPLINT
Please list the sizes above, around, and below the affected joint.
✓ if you have enlarged joints, please be sure the sizes you choose will fit over the joint
✓ when sizing, you want a snug fit but not too tight
✓ try bending the finger slightly while measuring to find variations in sizing until you find a good average measurement.
✓ most of the splints are adjustable within a ring size or so, contact us for help