Silipos Carpal Tunnel Post-Op Sleeve | Ambidextrous, Universal

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 Post surgery sleeve to prevent and reduce shock, impact, and vibration. With Medical grade mineral oil. Reduces discomfort caused by hypersensitivity.

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Product Description

The Carpal Gel Sleeve is designed with a medical grade mineral oil gel pad that contours to the palm and wrist area. The Silipos gel helps to moisturize the skin and flatten the appearance of scars while protecting the sensitive scar tissue from friction, abrasion, and pressure. This product is washable.

Post Operative Carpal Sleeve Features and Benefits:

  • Anatomically designed gel pad moulded to elastic sleeve contours to the shape of the palm.
  • Helps prevent and reduce shock, impact, and vibration.
  • Reduces discomfort caused by hypersensitivity.
  • For placement directly over carpal tunnel post-operative scar area.
  • Medical grade mineral oil gel pad helps prevent and reduce scar tissue.
  • Can be worn under gloves and/or splints.
  • Hypoallergenic and latex free. 
  • Sold as single sleeve, universal size and fits left or right side

Carpal tunnel post-surgery

Most people expect the pain or numbness from carpal tunnel (after surgery) will be immediately gone. Usually it's not. During your first days at home, the surgical pain will make life difficult. Your hand will start to “wake up” a few hours after getting home. Then the pain escalates slowly and steadily. But you'll have pain medication to help. 

When the bandages are off and it's time to resume life, that when this particular wrist support will help.

A cold pack placed on your wrist for up to 20 minutes at a time several times a day may help reliving pain and discomfort. Do this for the next 3 days or until the swelling goes down. Use manufacturers’ cold pack instructions, like putting a thin cloth between the ice pack and your skin.

Elevation can also help - prop up the sore wrist on a pillow when you apply the cold pack or anytime you sit or lie down during the next 3 days. Try to keep it above the level of your heart. This should help reduce swelling.