My occupational hand therapist made a custom splint for my other arm yesterday, but I asked her to add foam cushioning which she did, but did not put it inside the entire area.
Now, I understand why they usually don't add much padding. The splint has pressure points around the elbow, and elsewhere, and it doesn't really swaddle the arm.
I'm going back over the lunch hour today to have it adjusted, likely with most of the padding removed.
Does anyone else have experience with this? Just seems like it would be difficult to mold the splint to fit nicely around the arm when adding a lot of soft padding.
Post Edited (Q22) : 9/21/2018 9:06:33 AM (GMT-6)