Photo of FingerPress being worn to straighten a bent finger. The finger is bent at the middle joint, also called the PIP joint. The FingerPress gradually stretches the contracted joint from 80 degrees to fully straight.

Finger Straightening Splint

Doctor and hand therapist recommended for PIP Flexion Contractures.

Fits any finger. One simple measurement. No prescription required.

How It Works

The patented mechanism uses a sliding wedge to lever the finger joint into maximum extension.

Simply squeeze to advance the slide, then let go and the ratchet holds the finger in place.

The FingerPress a powerful static-progressive orthosis comfortable for many hours of daily wear.

A finger can go from 80 degrees flexion to full extension.

Four cushioned points of contact balance the forces.