Collection: Wrist Supports For Arthritis

We recommend the following wrist supports for individuals with arthritis. They provide stability, compression, and warmth to the affected joint.

Why wear wrist supports for arthritis?

Here are several ways in which wrist supports help manage the symptoms:

Joint stability

Arthritis leads to joint instability. Wearing a wrist support helps by stabilising the wrist joint. As a result, a more stable joint reduces strain on the affected joint and therefore, helps prevent further damage.


Wrist supports often provide compression, which can help reduce swelling and inflammation associated with arthritis. Compression garments can improve blood circulation, which may contribute to pain relief and reduced stiffness.


Many wrist supports are made from materials that retain heat, providing warmth to the affected area. This can help improve circulation, relax muscles, and alleviate stiffness and pain associated with arthritis.

Joint Alignment

Some wrist supports are designed to keep the wrist joint in proper alignment. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals with arthritis, as misalignment can contribute to increased discomfort.

Pain Relief

The combination of stability, compression, and warmth provided by a wrist support can contribute to overall pain relief. By reducing strain on the joint and promoting a more stable and aligned wrist position, individuals may experience a decrease in arthritis-related pain.

Joint Protection

Wrist supports can act as a physical barrier, protecting the wrist joint from external forces that could exacerbate arthritis symptoms. This is especially relevant for individuals who engage in activities that put strain on the wrists.

Improved Function

Wearing a wrist support may enhance wrist function for individuals with arthritis, allowing them to perform daily activities with greater ease and less discomfort.


It's important to note that while wrist supports are helpful, they are not a cure for arthritis. Individuals with arthritis should consult with a healthcare professional, such as a rheumatologist or physical therapist, to develop a comprehensive management plan.