ManuLoc® Product
 
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ManuLoc®

Stabilizing orthosis for immobilization of the wrist.

ManuLoc® is a wrist brace which is prescribed for use following diagnosis of irritative conditions of the wrist such as carpal tunnel syndrome or after an operation or other irritation. It keeps the wrist positioned properly while allowing gripping movements, avoiding unneccesary stress. The breathable materials and air pores make it particularly lightweight and allow it to fit tightly. ManuLoc® still feels comfortable even after hours of wear.

  • Stabilizes and protects
  • Allows gripping movements
  • Lightweight, flat, skin-friendly and easy to use

Support and mobility

This stabilizing orthosis supports the wrist without preventing everyday actions. Following bruising or a sprain, it protects and supports the hand while the irritation subsides. It is designed to provide the necessary support while allowing freedom of movement for the fingers. The orthosis can be worn on the right wrist or the left.

Good for your skin and your hand

The materials and design of the ManuLoc® orthosis are intended to speed up healing of the affected wrist, without restricting movement unnecessarily. It is very easy to put on and take off. You are prevented from making movements that could cause pain, but your hand can still grip things. Moisture can pass through the breathable fabric, so perspiration does not accumulate under the orthosis.

Quality from the medical retailer

ManuLoc® stabilizing braces and other Bauerfeind products are available from medical and other orthopedic retailers. Here, trained staff will advise you and take precise measurements to ensure that your orthosis is sitting comfortably and securely in position.

Colors

Titan

Product range

Size 0 1 2 Order No.
Circumference of the wrist in inches 4.5 - 5.9* 5.5 - 7.5* 7.1 - 9.1* 1205340208000°

° = Size

Measurement

Measurement

Indications

  • Acute/chronic irritation of the wrist
  • Posttraumatic/postoperative immobilization
  • Nerve irritations in the wrist (light form of carpal tunnel syndrome)
  • Partial paralysis
  • Contusions
  • Distortions
  • Kienbock’s Disease (Softening of the lunate bone)

Tips for your hand

You can find information here about how to keep your hand in top condition!