Silver Ring Splints Arthritis Design

Arthritis Ring Splints

Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints, which is accompanied by pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited moves. Artrhitis can occur due to infection or without infection. The release of inflammatory mediators from leukocytes, chondrocytes, sinoviosit cause loss of proteoglycans and matrix ektraselular cartilage, causing bone damage. Damage and loss of collagen and chondrocytes can cause changes that can not be returned. There are more than 100 forms of arthritis.

The most common form, osteoarthritis which is caused by trauma to the joint, infection of the joint, or age. Other artitis rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and autoimmune diseases. Septic arthritis caused by an infection in the joint. These silver ring splints are elegant rings, which have replaced bulky, plastic ones and are worn to give joints back their stability. Many patients think they look better than the plastic ones and they are also stronger and more durable.

SIRIS™ Boutonniere Splint and SIRIS™ Realignment Splint

Sterling Silver Finger Splints

SIRIS™ boutonniere splint and SIRIS™ realignment splint design. Use the SIRIS™ Boutonniere Splint for severe hyperextension (greater than 20 degrees) or when subluxation of the joint is occurring. This splint is worn with the oval spacer under the joint to block hyperextension while allowing full flexion. It positions the two rings farther from the joint for better leverage at a more comfortable angle. Use the SIRIS™ Realignment Splint for flexion of enlarged or fusiform shaped PIP joints. The orientation of the spacer between the two rings holds them farther apart for better leverage at a more comfortable angle.

Sterling Silver Finger Splints


Many people had long believed in the value of splinting, but soon realized that none of the existing technologies addressed the long-term use of splints. While plastic splints were fine for treating trauma short term, no one would willingly use this cumbersome and embarrassing solution for the remainder of reviews their lifetime. In 1985, set out to design and manufacture a new series of splints that were both more effective and far more attractive than the splints then in use. In the process, she has revolutionized every aspect of splint therapy. With SIRIS ™ splints, patients stop worrying about the appearance of reviews their hands.