Finger Contracture Cushion
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Finger Contracture Cushion

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Finger Contracture Cushion
Reg. $5.95


Sku: 45127
 (3 Reviews)

Shipping Weight: 
1.70 oz
5.00"L X 3.00"W

Recommended for stroke patients or other patients whose hands close involuntarily, the Finger Contracture Cushion prevents patients from doing damage to themselves. The soft cushion fits comfortably in any pair of hands and serves as a safety precaution against any sudden hand contortions. The Finger Contracture Cushion separates the fingers to prevent complete closure of the patients hand which helps prevent skin breakdown.

  • Prevents patients from digging their fingernails into their palms.
  • Separates fingers to prevent complete closure of the hand and help prevent skin breakdown.

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Cushion didn't fit

teresa (Austell, GA)
Reviewed on Apr 6, 2015
Cushion didn't fit properly causing blister to form on finger. Can't use either cushion. Paid $20 for a product I thought would benefit my mother.


Finger contracture cushion review

Evelyn (Vienna, VA)
Reviewed on Feb 5, 2013
My daughter got one from the therapist. Helps very much to keep the nails from hurting the hand, but needs changing and washing often. Was glad to find it online and that it was not overly expensve.


easy to use and clean.

Gay (Bowie, MD)
Verified Member
Reviewed on Dec 4, 2012
I am a physical therapist who has used the cushion on several patients with severely contracted hands. The cost is reasonable so families and facilities can afford to buy several.