OK, new rule: No more breaking people’s noses or using any implements in fights. It has to go back to the “put up your dukes” days where you’d get a black eye and someone would break it up and that would be it. Guys in fights today have to go wait in the E.R. for 12 hours and get stitches and a finger splint and blah blah blah. It’s like they leave the fight with a homework assignment.
finger splints stabilize and align the PIP and DIP joints. With a simple turn of the splint, each finger splint can be used six different ways to treat tendon or ligament injuries, protect healing fractures, control unstable joints, prevent