“Mouse hand,” corporal tunnel syndrome, and other wrist problems that require immobilization can be best treated by the ManuLoc wrist brace. The wrist is kept still when the brace is worn – no movement – and it allow the fingers of the hand to grip and hold things. The brace stops any and all inappropriate mechanical stress on the wrist.
The brace has an abundance of air holes, and the breathable material is constructed of adds to the ventilation. The ManuLoc provides hours of comfort for the wearer when needed
Protection and stabilization
Hands can grip and hold items
Easy on the skin, easy to put on, flat and lightweight
The ManuLoc provides excellent support, and it doesn’t interfere with regular, daily activities or movements. After an injury or sprain, the brace provides support and protects the wearer from further inflaming the injury when the device is on. Stopping movement that will trigger pain and allowing gripping is the basis for this device. The device is interchangeable – it can be worn on either wrist.
When the ManuLoc was first designed, the creators wanted it to help speed up the recovery process without impugning movement. If your injury is such that you have only one hand available to perform tasks, the brace is easily put on, and the straps make for an adjustable device that can be worn comfortably. Because the wrist brace is made from breathable fabric, sweat that produces odours doesn’t accumulate inside the shell. The slim design of the braces makes it easy to wear under clothing without damaging the material.
People with conditions like mild corporal tunnel syndrome, post-traumatic injuries, and post-operative conditions will benefit greatly from wearing this brace.