Wrist Braces For A Range Of Issues
Our premium wrist braces can effectively treat a number of different wrist conditions and problems. Some of these issues include:
- Carpal tunnel
- De Quervains
- Pre and post-op recovery
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
- And more
Our Customers Are Our PriorityWe feel confident that we provide the best wrist supports on the market. That’s why we have no problems providing each customer with a 12 month warranty on all supports for manufacturing defects. Within those 12 months, if you find a fault or you’re not sure whether something is wrong, don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable team. We have conducted research on 500,000 different body types, shapes and sizes around the world in order to create an extremely inclusive range that will fit every body. However, in the rare case that you do not fit into our sizing range, we offer customised options.
Shop Online For Wrist BracesWe offer shipping on wrist braces Australia and New Zealand wide, so browse the best wrist supports on the market and purchase yours today. If you need assistance choosing the right wrist brace for your needs, contact our helpful team. One of our team members will guide you through the process and discuss your needs and options with you. Reach us via phone on 1300 668 466, through email at email@example.com, or chat with us using our live chat feature on our website. Alternatively, book a video consultation to chat face-to-face with our team from the comfort of your home.
What does a wrist brace do?
A wrist brace is designed to treat various injuries and conditions affecting the wrist, hand and thumb/fingers. By compressing or immobilising the wrist - which allows the affected area to recover. The correct-fitting wrist brace will speed up your recovery and minimise any pain.
If you would like assistance with selecting a wrist brace, you can video chat with a Bauerfeind specialist. Simply book a suitable date and time by clicking this link: Book Bauerfeind Video Chat.
How does a wrist brace work?
There are two main types of wrist braces, each designed to treat a range of issues. One is a compressive brace, which provides relief from swelling, general pain and aches while still allowing for a normal range of motion. The other is a restrictive brace, which is designed to immoblise the wrist joint to allow it to recover, while still allowing use of the fingers and thumb.
Which conditions can a wrist brace treat?
Wrist braces treat a wide range of conditions, such as carpal tunnel, arthritis, tendonitis, fractures and swelling. Wearing a wrist brace can assist with managing everything from mild pain all the way up to severe chronic cases.
How do I take care of these products?
Virtually all of our products can be machine washed on a cold gentle cycle and air dried out of direct sunlight. Putting them on and taking them off carefully is recommended, and for specific product care, refer to the product manual or contact our friendly staff.
What is the warranty for these products?
All supports and insoles come with a 12 month warranty, and compression stockings with a 3 month warranty for any manufacturers faults. At any point if you've got issues with the product or aren't sure if something is wrong, just contact our helpful staff.
How do I know they'll fit?
Bauerfeind have an incredibly extensive sizing system for our products based off of hundreds of thousands of patient measurements. The perfect anatomic fit system we use means that the supports are designed to fit your body, not the other way around. (We also offer custom options for a range of our products for those rare few who still can't fit into our sizing range).
Can I exercise while wearing a wrist brace?�
All Bauerfeind wrist braces are designed to be worn during any level of activity. This means you can still work, exercise, play sports and live your daily life without having to worry about pain or injury when you've got the right wrist brace.
For more on treating sports related wrist injuries: Wrist Injuries in Sport.
How long should I wear a wrist brace for?
This changes from case to case; in general it's best to wear the wrist brace while recovering from your injury or when performing activities known to cause pain. Once you're better, wear the brace on occasions when you're putting the wrist under particular strain