Individually cared for by the glove maker
Many people are left alone after medical care and do not know that they are usually entitled to orthopaedic aids after amputations of individual fingers or deformities of the hand. That is why we stand by them right from the start.
We will advise you on how to obtain orthopaedic gloves, what must be on the prescription, at what intervals you will get new gloves financed and settle the production costs directly with the responsible health insurers or the employers' liability insurance association. For over 15 years we have been working together with medical supply stores, occupational therapists, hand surgeons and patients. This know-how flows into the handsching production.
If you have any questions or requests, please feel free to contact me personally. I would also be pleased to recommend experts in your area.
Phone: +49 (0) 37462 5324
Links about finger amputation and dysmelia
Finger protheses and related topics: https://www.leben-mit-fingeramputation.de
Self-help with dysmelia: https://www.ahoi-ev.org
85 % of all patients suffer from post-amputation pain after amputation, 75 % from phantom pain: https://bomedus.com/
Microamputation most frequently: Approximately 90% of all amputations affect fingers, toes or feet: https://www.youtube.com/...
Gloves for persons affected by Sudeck's disease (CRPS)
There is little public awareness of this disease - even we were not aware of this soft tissue and bone change in the hands or feet. We are grateful that an encounter with an affected patient has sensitized us to this. Because with our individual gloves we can support these people and alleviate the problems at least on the hands.
Care tips for your gloves
Smooth leather gloves can easily be treated with colourless milking grease or a leather balm. Apply the care product sparingly with a soft cloth,