Protection From Sports Injury
Most think that wrist braces are only for those that hurt their wrist or have pain. But athletics know they can help prevent injury too.
Also, can support your training too especially. if you play a sport where you can accidentally overextend or sprain your wrist. A good wrist brace can help avoid these injuries.
Stocking and Shipping
If you work in a warehouse you are susceptible to repetitive injuries. You have to pick up and move boxes which can really stress your wrist over time.
Wearing a wrist brace is a great way to prevent repetitive stress injuries caused by moving heavy things.
Also If you’ve already injured your wrist then a wrist brace can help you get back to work more quickly.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a repetitive stress injury caused for those that use their hands a lot. Like typing on a keyboard.
Anyone who has an occupation that relies on small motion finger movement is at risk of developing this condition.
This can lead to pain, numbness, and tingling sensation.
It’s usually caused by pressure on your median nerve. A carpal tunnel wrist brace helps take the pressure off of this median nerve.
Prevent Further Injury
For many when they injure their wrist they can’t just take off for a week from work. But you don’t want to make the injury worse. That’s where a wrist brace can help limit range of motion by keeping it in the neutral position allowing you to get back to work while minimizing the chances of re-injuring it.
A brace can help keep you from overextending your wrist and serve as a reminder to be more careful.
Is also a repetitive motion injury that is most often caused by overuse of the wrist. Unlike carpal tunnel syndrome, it affects your tendons. It can be caused by computer typing job, stock room, sports, and other activities.
Wrist brace for Tendonitis can reduce pain and help reduce the damage of repetitive motions.
Arthritis is when you have tenderness or swelling in one or more of your joints.
Leading to pain and stiffness in your joints. It happens because the cartilage in the wrist starts to wear away causing the tiny wrist bones to rub against each other.
This leads to swelling and pain. One of the best ways to relieve the pain of Arthritis is by partially immobilizing your wrist with a brace. This keeps it from moving too much reducing the wear and tear.