Arthritis Gloves

Arthritis gloves are typically worn by people who have arthritis or disorders that cause similar symptoms such as carpal tunnel syndrome. These gloves may be worn to provide some relief from the pain and inflammation of arthritis.

They can also protect joints and reduce the risk of injury, which is important for anyone with mobility impairments due to arthritis. There are many different types of arthritis gloves that have been developed to help these individuals with their symptoms.

Hand Orthosis

Hand orthosis is a medical device that corrects the deformity of the hand that leads to contracture of the joints. The device is designed to provide light immobilization and correction of the arthritic deformities in the hands by controlling motion of fingers, thumb, metacarpophalangeal (MP), proximal interphalangeal (PIP) and distal interphalangeal (DIP) joints.


IMAK Arthritis Gloves

$49.99 $35.85

IMAK Arthritis Compression Gloves IMAK Arthritis Gloves are designed to help relieve aches and pains due to arthritis. The design of IMAK hand arthritis gloves has earned the Arthritis Foundation's Ease of Use Commendation. IMAK Compression Arthritis...

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Ortho Active

Ortho Active Resting Hand Orthosis

$90.00 $74.80

Ortho Active Resting Hand Orthosis This splint offers a functional resting hand position following stroke, trauma or injury, and can also be used in the treatment of arthritis, burns, and early wrist and finger contractures. Resting Wrist Hand Orthosis...

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Core Products International

Core Products Swede-O Thermal Arthritis Gloves

$63.00 $51.95

Core Products Swede-O Thermal Arthritis Gloves Core Products Swede-O Thermal Arthritis Gloves are designed to help you with stiffness, pain caused by arthritis of the hands. The contoured design provides light compression to the hand and finger...

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Tynor Thigh Support


Tynor Thigh Support Thigh support is used in orthopaedics, trauma and burn management to provide firm compression, warmth & support to the thigh area, to allay pain and inflammation, generally associated with old age, arthritis, sports...

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