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Silipos® Ambidextrous Carpal Gel Sleeve

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754 0118
$26.19
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Ships from warehouse. Est. Ship Date Jun. 25, 2024
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Silipos® Ambidextrous Carpal Gel Sleeve
  • Soft gel pad protects the scarred tissue from friction and pressure.
  • Product may also be chilled and used for cold therapy.
  • Ambidextrous Carpal Gel Sleeve with longer length is made of a soft nylon/lycra material that was chosen to deliver compression at the surgical site keeping the gel pad in contact with the skin and maintaining a protected environment for scar management.
  • Helps to improve and reduce the appearance of the scar tissue after carpal tunnel surgery.
  • Mineral oil gel pad moisturizes and conditions the skin increasing mobility and elasticity of the skin.
  • Two thumb holes allow the product to be universally worn on either left or right hand.
  • New fabric provides compression/occlusion at surgical site.
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