Yes, simply care for your splints as you would a valuable piece of jewelry.
How long will my splint last?
The splints are designed to withstand a lifetime of normal everyday wear, though splint bracelets or chains may need replacing.
Do you accept insurance?
Though we do not bill insurance, most insurance companies will approve ring splints ordered with a prescription by a doctor or therapist. Contact your insurance company for full details of your policy, and your doctor or therapist to inquire if they can assist with the ordering and billing process. Normally, a patient or a facility orders the splints and then submits the invoice to the insurance to be reimbursed. We are unable to provide any receipts, proofs of purchase, or paid in full invoices for insurance, until an order has been placed and paid in full. Please keep your order receipts and proofs of purchase in a safe place; as we are unable to provide additional copies.
Can I do everyday tasks with the splints on?
Yes, the splints are handcrafted and designed to complement everyday actions and lifestyles and made to withstand a lifetime of normal everyday wear.
are ring splints comfortable to wear?
Most individuals find splinting to be second nature, and have no issues.
What are the splints made from?
92.5 Sterling Silver, natural copper, stainless, and gold are used to handcraft our splints.
Why would I need ring splints?
If you have finger or thumb pain, you may benefit from splinting. We are not medical professionals. Always seek medical advice before splinting. If you have questions on what splints may work for you, please contact your doctor or therapist before ordering. You are welcome to contact us with any questions you may have; any information given is not to be construed as medical advice.
When will my order ship?
We have high volume sales, but we try to get orders out within one week.
Can you make custom splints?
At this time we are not accepting custom requests.
How do i order a splint?
Order online directly from our Shop with a couple clicks!
What billing code do i need for insurance coverage?
Typically, the static finger splint codes are used. These codes can be a good place to start when discussing this with your provider. These listed codes don't guarantee insurance coverage and they are not to replace your medical providers billing knowledge and advice.
Prefab Splints L3927 Prefabricated finger L3923 Prefabricated hand finger Custom Orthosis L3933 Custom fabricated finger L3913 Custom fabricated hand finger L3808 Custom fabricated wrist hand finger Other Q4049 Static Finger splint
What if my splint doesn't fit?
Our splints are adjustable within 2 ring sizes up or down. Simply adjust to fit your need.
what happens if i damage my splint?
Sometimes a splint can be fixed, and other times, not so much. Contact us with images of the damage and we will let you know if the splint can be refurbished and at what cost.