Radial Nerve Palsy Splint for Limp Wrist and Finger Extension Very few radial nerve splints for men and women with radial nerve palsy, a peripheral nerve injury, wrist drop, Saturday night palsy, honeymoon palsy, crutch palsy, or weak fingers exist on the market today. And the products that do exist lack affordability, functionality, practicality, comfort, and fit. Limp wrist caused by radial nerve injuries is much more common than you might expect. For reference, between 2% and 17% of people who have experienced a humeral shaft fracture eventually develop radial nerve palsy. For these reasons, we have made it our mission to create a supportive, affordable, effective, and comfortable radial nerve brace. Our Radial Nerve Palsy Splint positions your wrist and fingers into extension (also known as dorsiflexion), allowing motion while providing support after a radial nerve injury. As function returns, the splint facilitates the strengthening of your wrist extensors, helping speed up the healing process.