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Hand & Thumb Injuries

Here’s the Breakthrough that Your Broken Hand, Broken Thumb, or Thumb Pain Has Been Waiting For

Symptoms of a Broken Hand

  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Pain
  • Misalignment of the fingernails
  • Weakness
  • Inability to grasp
  • Reduced range of finger motion

(Source: http://www.emedicine.com/aaem/byname/broken-hand.htm)

Risk Factors for Broken Hand:

  • Heavy-contact sports, including basketball, football, hockey, rugby, and wrestling, can lead to a broken hand or broken wrist. Recently, more hand and wrist fractures have come from adventure sports and ‘extreme’ sports such as snowboarding, freestyle skiing, and skateboarding.
  • Osteoporosis, bone disease and calcium deficiencies tend to increase the risk of a hand or wrist break.

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/broken-wrist/)

Recovering from a broken hand, broken thumb, or thumb pain usually means wearing a cast or splint for a number of weeks and doing as little as possible with that hand or thumb. It’s a major inconvenience.

Once the fracture mends itself however, your doctor likely will recommend gradually increasing your use of the recovered thumb or hand, giving it as much activity as it will tolerate.

And that’s where The Helpful Hand™ can make such a difference: With its patented support system reducing your hand and thumb pain, The Helpful Hand™ allows you to do more with your hand or thumb while it’s healing.

Plus, remember that with a fracture, the soft tissue around it is often injured as well. Even after your cast or splint is removed, you probably will need to let the surrounding tissue continue resting and healing. The best way to do that is with The Helpful Hand™. There’s simply no other brace that’s better for your broken hand, broken thumb, or thumb pain.

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What makes The Helpful Hand™ so different from other braces? First, it’s made of top-quality materials you won’t find in most braces. But the real news is its patented support system, a feature that:

  • pulls your thumb and first two fingers together
  • includes a sturdy, adjustable strap that acts almost like an extra finger

As a result, The Helpful Hand™ enables you to grasp and hold dozens of everyday objects—utensils, tools, combs, toothbrushes, sports equipment and more—with far less effort. And that means far less pain when you use them, and better healing for the inflamed tissue. It’s not just a breakthrough in relieving and healing hand and thumb pain and injuries. It’s a true aid to daily living.

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Compare the Helpful Hand™ to Other Braces

The Helpful Hand Supports & Immobilizes Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Improves Function of Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Reduces Fatigue in Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Minimizes Pain, Increases Personal Independence, Accelerates Healing

Treatment of Broken Hand, Broken Thumb, and Thumb Pain: What You Should Know

If you have any symptom of a broken hand or  broken thumb, go as soon as possible to an emergency room or urgent-care clinic. Your injury will be evaluated and in most cases the broken hand or broken thumb will be immobilized with a cast or splint.

The rest of your treatment will depend on where and how severe the injury is, as well as your age and overall health. Treatment also varies by the type of fracture involved and the severity of hand or thumb pain

To ensure proper healing, the hand or wrist must be held motionless in a cast or splint, usually for several weeks. While this immobilization heals most broken bones, some fractures require surgery to maintain proper position of the bones during healing.

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Once your doctor removes the cast or splint, the fracture can still be somewhat painful or weak if you use it extensively. In addition, the soft tissue around the healed fracture may take longer to recover. For both of these reasons, a hand/thumb brace can be helpful in recovering from a broken hand or broken thumb.

No other brace provides as much rest and support to your (formerly) broken hand or broken thumb as The Helpful Hand™ does. With its patented support system and adjustable strap, it can help ensure that you make a full recovery.

(Source for many of the facts above: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/broken-wrist/

It’s available only from this web site (or a select few retailers), and comes with this money-back guarantee: Try The Helpful Hand™ for 30 days, and if you are not 100% satisfied with it, return it to us for a full refund.

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What Is the "Tripod Pinch"? Why should you care?
To perform dozens of daily tasks, you must be able to grasp objects with your thumb, index finger and middle finger-a skill known as the 'tripod pinch.' The Helpful Hand™ is the only brace on the market today that helps you do it.
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