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Comfortmax Shoulder/ Arm Abduction System

Comfortmax Shoulder/ Arm Abduction System

In response to customer demands, Comfortland introduces the Comfortmax shoulder/arm abduction system; a lightweight, universally-sized alternative to traditional shoulder abductors. Featuring a unique, design, the CK-800 includes telescoping arms, eliminating the need to keep several sizes on hand. A durable, removable wedge allows shoulder positioning at 0, 15, 30, 60, and 90 degrees, while the strapping system allows the CK-800 to be worn on the left or right arm with minimal adjustment.

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HCPCS Code
L3761
Key Features
  • Ambidextrous design fits left or right arm
  • Telescoping frame fits most arm lengths
  • Universal size
  • Abducts at 15, 30, 60, and 90 degrees
Indications for Use
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Arthritis of the shoulder
  • Median, ulnar, and radial neuropathy
Manufacturer
Comfortland
Manuf. Part No.
CK-800
Size Chart
Universal
Left/Right
Universal

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