We typically don't have all the questions we receive posted in our FAQ. If you don't see your question, please contact us. We have a lot of research under our belt, and we're happy to pass on any information we have.

Does insurance cover ring splints?

Yes, typically. Coverage will depend on your insurance company. For best results, get pre-approved, submit with the help of a medical professional and a prescription.

Is the metal strong or does it collapse with wear?

Our Sterling, gold, copper and stainless are extra strength and very strong. Our colored splints are regular strength. 

Are the splints adjustable?

Our single width band splints are adjustable 1-2 ring sizes larger or smaller. Our triple width band splints are not adjustable.

Does it hurt to wear splints?

Most individuals find splinting to be second nature, and have no issues. For others, it may take some time to acquire the feel of wearing splints, as digits are being held in proper positioning which they are not used to. It's best to contact an Occupational Therapist or Hand Therapist before purchasing splints.

Why would I need ring splints?

If you have finger or thumb pain or suffer from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) Hypermobility, you may benefit from splinting. We are not medical professionals. Seek medical advice before splinting.