Extremity_Shoulder / Mesh Shoulder Immobilizer
Mesh Shoulder Immobilizer
Designed to treat rotator cuff injuries, shoulder instabilities, and anterior dislocation of the G-H joint, shoulder immobilizer features an ambidextrous design, fitting either the right or left arm. The ventilated mesh sling keeps patients cool and dry while the simple strapping design allows for easy application and adjustment.
Ambidextrous design fits left or right arm
- Ambidextrous design fits left or right arm
- Ventilated canvas construction
- Easy to apply and remove
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Shoulder instabilities
- Anterior dislocation (G-H joint)
|Size||Manufacturer Part Number|
|Small||13.5″ long/ 7.5″ sling depth|
|Medium||15.5″ long/ 8.25″ sling depth|
|Large||18″ long/ 8.75″ sling depth|
|XLarge||20″ long/ 10.25″ sling depth|
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Because we instinctively put our hands out in front of us when we fall, we suffer wrist injuries more frequently than other types of injuries. Our wrists are designed to allow us liberal movement in many directions, and when you have a rupture, strain, sprain or fracture, this can be quite painful. A wrist brace immobilizes the wrist, allowing you to use your hand while limiting your range of motion to prevent pain.
As notorious as wrist injuries from accidents are, other conditions can cause chronic wrist pain, such as arthritis. Wearing a wrist brace can allow you to engage in more activities without pain, such as driving, writing, painting and playing cards.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is another reason for chronic wrist pain. Oftentimes limiting the activity that caused it — such as typing, playing an instrument and doing needlework — can improve your condition, and wearing a wrist brace in the meantime can help.
Contact us today for more information or to order your wrist brace.