The treatment of contracted finger joints with quenching splints requires expertise.
Whether dynamic or static-progressive
mobilization should be used depends on
the respective indication as well as the traction to
be set and the wearing duration of the orthosis.
In order to avoid complications, the prescription of an
orthotic should therefore always be based on a medical
diagnosis and the fitting should be carried out by a
medical or orthopaedic specialist. A physio-, ergo-
or hand-therapeutic consultation and monitoring
of the healing process would be ideal.
We will be happy to help you find suitable
Mobilization by quenching
Postoperative or conservative extension and flexion
deficits, as well as the preservation of mobility
after successful surgery, often necessitate mobility
support in the finger joints.
The quenching has a supporting effect in the
direction of extension or flexion of the affected joint.