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Rhizomed® Soft
Soft thumb brace for immobilzation of the thumb

  • Effective stabilization of the thumb with an individually adjustable hook and loop fastener
  • Two adjustable thumb straps to fit all hand shapes that can be adapted to various degrees of swelling
  • Large opening for ease of application and removal
  • High-wearing comfort with a semi-open shape in an elastic, breathable fabric that is easy to wear
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Rhizomed soft is a thumb orthosis. The product is exclusively to be used for the orthotic fitting of the thumb area and only on intact skin.


  • Effective stabilization of the metacarpal phalangeal and carpometacarpal joint of the thumb
  • Integrated stabilization provides reliable immobilization
  • Two adjustable thumb straps to fit all handshapes, providing increased stability
  • The splint's semi-open shape adapts tovarious degrees of swelling of the thumb
  • The thumb-index pinch grip and prehension grasp are maintained
  • Large opening for ease of application and removal, with as little pain as possible
  • Easy to wear, breathable fabric
  • Lightweight

How does it work?/Mode of action:

  • The immobilisation and stabilisation of the thumb joint is guaranteed by the built-in PU-plastic element.

Donning/fitting instructions:

Open the belts and slip your hand into the orthosis. First pull the belt on the wrist through the buckle and close it. Then close both thumb belts crosswise. Please note: do not fasten the Velcro at the thumb too tightly. If you experience pressure pains loosen the straps. Consult your orthopaedic technician or doctor should pain continue.

Material Composition
Polyamide, PU, Polyester, Cotton
Washing Instruction

Can be washed by hand at 30 degrees.

Rhizomed<sup class='copyrighthigh'>®</sup> Soft Soft thumb brace for immobilzation of the thumb

  • Carpometacarpal arthritis
  • Ligament injury (e.g. skier’s thumb)
  • Inflammation of the thumb joint