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Support a painful joint
Immobilize for healing or to protect tissues
Provide stability or restrict unwanted m...
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Arm sling
Prevent or correct shoulder subluxation
Reduce pain in patients who have subluxation
caused by brachial ple...
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Arm troughs, lapboards
Support the painful shoulder when the
patient is seated in a wheelchair

December 19, 2013

Mohs...
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Gunslinger orthoses
Supporting a painful shoulder such as from a
brachial plexus injury

December 19, 2013

Mohsen Esla...
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Relieve pain from arthritis,
tendinitis, sprain
and strain

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Lateral and medial epicondylitis
Relive pain and prevent furthers stress to
affected tissues

December 19, 2013

Mohs...
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Resting hand splint
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RA
Reduce stress on joint capsules,synovial
lining and periarticular structures,thereby
decreasin...
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Sprain, strain, tendonitis, arthritis, CTS, wrist
fracture following cast removal, and other
condition that cause pain
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Relive pain from wrist and thumb arthritis or
from DeQuervain’s tendonitis of the abductor
policis longus and extensor ...
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RA or osteoarthritis of thumb CMC or MP
joint or trauma to soft tissues

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Trauma or arthritis
Pain relief

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Protect painful joint nodules from external
trauma

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Achieve passive correction of deformity can
create focal pressure points on the digits

December 19, 2013

Mohsen Eslam...
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Immobilize or protect the shoulder, upper
arm or elbow
Immobilize or protect the wrist or hand

December 19, 2013

Mo...
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Rolyan universal shoulder immobilizer
shoulder surgical reconstructions, arthroplasty and rotator
cuff repair

December...
December 19, 2013

Mohsen Eslampanah USWR

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Immobilize and position the elbow following
skin grafting.

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Prevent complication caused by
injury, edema, and tissue healing

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Support the wrist, control MCP motion,
correct the deformity and assist with
extensor power

December 19, 2013

Mohsen ...
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Connected and injured finger to adjacent
finger
Stable fracture
PIP joint dislocation
Collateral ligament injur...
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Acute injury
Chronic disease such as arthritis

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Restore mobility of the shoulder,elbow, or
forearm
Restore mobility of the wrist or hand

December 19, 2013

Mohsen E...
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Dropout casts
Use the Force of gravity to assist in reducing
an elbow flexion contracture

December 19, 2013

Mohsen ...
December 19, 2013

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Maintain ROM

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Treatment of elbow burn flexion contracture
Treatment of neurological and orthopedic flexion
contracture

December 19...
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Treatment of flexion or extension
contractures related to increased muscle
tone.

December 19, 2013

Mohsen Eslampanah ...
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Limitation in wrist extension or flexion

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Lack of MCP flexion

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Gain composite flexion of all joints, must effect on MCP

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Gain flex or ext ROM

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Gain flex or ext ROM

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Provide circumfrencial pressure and a dynamic force
into extension via an angled seam on its volar
surface

December 19...
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Adduction contracture (burns and nerve injuries)

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Substitute for weak or absent shoulder or
elbow muscle
Substitute for weak or absent wrist or hand
muscle

December 1...
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Bunnell thomas suspention splint:
Radial nerve palsy
Dynamicaly extend the wrist MCP and thumb

December 19, 2013

Mo...
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Treatment of combined median and ulnar nerve
injuries which result in the clawing of all for fingers

December 19, 2013...
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This splint can provide minimal hand grasp while harnessing
the power of the wrist extensor to bring the thumb, index
f...
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Allow passive holding of functional implement such as utensile or pen
may also used in the presence of wrist or hand we...
Commercial inflatable pressure splint:
 emergency immobilizer for the limbs in patient with
abnormal tone

December 19, 2...
December 19, 2013

Mohsen Eslampanah USWR

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Decrease tone and position the thumb out of the
palm for function

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Treatment of the children with increased flexor tone can also
be used with adult patient having hypertonisity

December...
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Occupational Therapy for Physical
Dysfunction, trombly, 6th Edition, chapter
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Mohsen Eslampanah U...
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  1. 1.       Support a painful joint Immobilize for healing or to protect tissues Provide stability or restrict unwanted motion Restore mobility Subsitute for weak or absent Prevent contructure of modify tone December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 2
  2. 2.   Arm sling Prevent or correct shoulder subluxation Reduce pain in patients who have subluxation caused by brachial plexus injury, hemiplegia and central cord syndrom injury December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 3
  3. 3. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 4
  4. 4. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 5
  5. 5.  Arm troughs, lapboards Support the painful shoulder when the patient is seated in a wheelchair December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 6
  6. 6. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 7
  7. 7. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 8
  8. 8. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 9
  9. 9.  Gunslinger orthoses Supporting a painful shoulder such as from a brachial plexus injury December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 10
  10. 10. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 11
  11. 11. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 12
  12. 12.    Relieve pain from arthritis, tendinitis, sprain and strain December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 13
  13. 13.   Lateral and medial epicondylitis Relive pain and prevent furthers stress to affected tissues December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 14
  14. 14. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 15
  15. 15. Resting hand splint   RA Reduce stress on joint capsules,synovial lining and periarticular structures,thereby decreasing pain December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 16
  16. 16. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 17
  17. 17. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 18
  18. 18. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 19
  19. 19. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 20
  20. 20.  Sprain, strain, tendonitis, arthritis, CTS, wrist fracture following cast removal, and other condition that cause pain December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 21
  21. 21. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 22
  22. 22. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 23
  23. 23. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 24
  24. 24. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 25
  25. 25.  Relive pain from wrist and thumb arthritis or from DeQuervain’s tendonitis of the abductor policis longus and extensor pollicis brevis. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 26
  26. 26. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 27
  27. 27. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 28
  28. 28.  RA or osteoarthritis of thumb CMC or MP joint or trauma to soft tissues December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 29
  29. 29. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 30
  30. 30. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 31
  31. 31. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 32
  32. 32.   Trauma or arthritis Pain relief December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 33
  33. 33.  Protect painful joint nodules from external trauma December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 34
  34. 34.  Achieve passive correction of deformity can create focal pressure points on the digits December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 35
  35. 35. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 36
  36. 36.   Immobilize or protect the shoulder, upper arm or elbow Immobilize or protect the wrist or hand December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 37
  37. 37.  Rolyan universal shoulder immobilizer shoulder surgical reconstructions, arthroplasty and rotator cuff repair December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 38
  38. 38. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 39
  39. 39.  Immobilize and position the elbow following skin grafting. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 40
  40. 40.  Prevent complication caused by injury, edema, and tissue healing December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 41
  41. 41. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 42
  42. 42. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 43
  43. 43. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 44
  44. 44.  Support the wrist, control MCP motion, correct the deformity and assist with extensor power December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 45
  45. 45. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 46
  46. 46.      Connected and injured finger to adjacent finger Stable fracture PIP joint dislocation Collateral ligament injuries And staged flexor tendon reconstractions December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 47
  47. 47. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 48
  48. 48.   Acute injury Chronic disease such as arthritis December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 49
  49. 49. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 50
  50. 50. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 51
  51. 51. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 52
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  54. 54. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 55
  55. 55. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 56
  56. 56.   Restore mobility of the shoulder,elbow, or forearm Restore mobility of the wrist or hand December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 57
  57. 57.   Dropout casts Use the Force of gravity to assist in reducing an elbow flexion contracture December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 58
  58. 58. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 59
  59. 59.  Maintain ROM December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 60
  60. 60.   Treatment of elbow burn flexion contracture Treatment of neurological and orthopedic flexion contracture December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 61
  61. 61. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 62
  62. 62.  Treatment of flexion or extension contractures related to increased muscle tone. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 63
  63. 63.  Limitation in wrist extension or flexion December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 64
  64. 64.  Lack of MCP flexion December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 65
  65. 65.  Gain composite flexion of all joints, must effect on MCP December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 66
  66. 66.  Gain flex or ext ROM December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 67
  67. 67.  Gain flex or ext ROM December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 68
  68. 68.  Provide circumfrencial pressure and a dynamic force into extension via an angled seam on its volar surface December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 69
  69. 69.  Adduction contracture (burns and nerve injuries) December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 70
  70. 70.   Substitute for weak or absent shoulder or elbow muscle Substitute for weak or absent wrist or hand muscle December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 71
  71. 71.   Bunnell thomas suspention splint: Radial nerve palsy Dynamicaly extend the wrist MCP and thumb December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 72
  72. 72. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 73
  73. 73.  Treatment of combined median and ulnar nerve injuries which result in the clawing of all for fingers December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 74
  74. 74.  This splint can provide minimal hand grasp while harnessing the power of the wrist extensor to bring the thumb, index finger and long finger into the functional pinch December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 75
  75. 75.  Allow passive holding of functional implement such as utensile or pen may also used in the presence of wrist or hand weakness December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 76
  76. 76. Commercial inflatable pressure splint:  emergency immobilizer for the limbs in patient with abnormal tone December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 77
  77. 77. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 78
  78. 78. December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 79
  79. 79.  Decrease tone and position the thumb out of the palm for function December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 80
  80. 80.  Treatment of the children with increased flexor tone can also be used with adult patient having hypertonisity December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 81
  81. 81.  Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction, trombly, 6th Edition, chapter 16 December 19, 2013 Mohsen Eslampanah USWR 82
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