Shoulder brace

The shoulder brace is intended to reduce arm movement and stabilize the collarbone.

Clavicula-bandage in the form of a backpack bandage
The support bandage for the clavicle was designed for the correct alignment of the shoulders after a collarbone fracture. All doctors recommend them.

There are heavily padded support models for the collarbone that are designed to give the shoulder a better grip than the standard models used in emergency care or found in medical supply stores.
The bandages have adjustable length straps with Velcro fasteners and good padding.

Proper support for distal collarbone fracture is important for complete healing and restoration of shoulder function.
Orthopedic surgeons and specialists recommend bandages of high quality and comfort for the patient. If the patient finds a comfortable orthosis, he will wear it all day. Otherwise, he puts them down after a few hours.
The bandage can be worn under or over clothing and can also be used to improve posture.
If the orthosis is too tight, it presses on the nerves of the brachial plexus and can lead to tingling in the fingers. They should then be loosened up a bit.
Numbness in the fingers is usually a temporary symptom that passes after a few days or weeks after taking off the bandage.


ProCare acromioclavicular joint AC BRACE

The orthosis for the shoulder joint (acromioclavicular joint, AC joint) provides effective support by reducing the force on the shoulder in diastase (separation of the shoulder roof and collarbone) of the I., II. and III. degree.
The orthosis has an adjustable strap and is easy to handle by the patient.
The supportive underarm sling is made of breathable cotton or polyester and offers maximum comfort and breathability even in warm and humid environments.
Patients appreciate that the bandage takes the tension from the AC joint and shifts it towards the midline of the body.
The AC Acromio ProCare bandage is the favorite among physicians for use in AC distortions.


The orthosis stabilizes the shoulder, upper arm and elbow.
The adjustable straps depend on the size of the shoulder.
The unit size most suitable for the thorax is 21″ – 42″.

Shoulder abduction bandage (bandage to keep the shoulder in abduction after surgery)

Provides correct position and immobility of the shoulder.
Moisture permeable, has a breathable lining.
Suitable for acute injuries and recovery after surgery.

After shoulder surgery (for example: after Bankart lesion, endoprosthesis replacement, rotator cuff rupture, etc.), an abduction orthosis must be worn.
There are many different models to meet the needs of the patient.
These abduction splints of the shoulder are designed to provide support and protection on the shoulder according to arthroscopic surgical protocols.
The orthosis must be worn throughout the day and during the night, as prescribed by the orthopedist who performed the procedure.
Most orthoses have adjustable straps to adjust the degree of shoulder abduction.
Some straps are fastened over the shoulder, while a strap runs along the back.
There are many different types of orthoses. The most famous brands are: Donjoy, Breg, Otto Bock, etc. Prices vary from $100 to $250 depending on the model and materials.

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What is the best support for shoulder dislocation?

The best orthosis for shoulder dislocation is adjustable and composed of a fabric that allows air to circulate on the body while still keeping the joint warm.
Those who have suffered a particularly serious injury can benefit from a model that allows hot and cold compresses on the shoulder.
A dislocation must be examined immediately by a doctor in an emergency room, who may order further treatments and tests to determine the full extent of the damage suffered.

An orthosis for shoulder dislocation includes the shoulder, arm and the upper part of the chest.
This structure adequately supports the shoulder and allows normal freedom of movement without causing further damage. At the same time, it exerts pressure on the joint to hold the arm and shoulder blade together.
An adjustable orthosis can be worn by anyone and makes it possible to change the pressure on the unstable joint.
The Velcro fasteners can be tightened or loosened so that the person wearing the orthosis can regulate the support force on the shoulder during the recovery process.
These straps allow small size changes and can be better adapted to the body shape of the wearer.

Heat retention is an important factor in the healing process of dislocation.
Neoprene is a breathable material that maintains the body’s temperature in the shoulder area without overheating.
A good shoulder brace uses this slightly elastic tissue to surround and support the joint.

Depending on the severity of the lesion, the doctor will recommend an orthosis of appropriate size and shape.
A small orthosis with little support covers only the shoulder and is attached to the body with a single strap.
A large orthosis has a strap with Velcro for the back and chest and resembles a shirt that provides extra support.
In the case of serious injuries with torn ligaments, a large orthosis is required.
People who experience severe pain due to the injury can try an orthosis that includes heat or cold pockets over the joint.
The small heat or cold bags can be used and replaced as needed.

Protective orthoses for the shoulder in case of dislocation

There is a wide variety of shoulder braces to reduce recurrence in shoulder dislocation.
Football players are used to playing again soon after surgery. They therefore need maximum protection.
Each stabilizer is equipped with adjustable straps that can be adjusted more tightly to restrict movement or looser for complete movement of the arm up to above the head.
Some of the best brands include Breg, Donjoy, Saunders, etc. Shoulder rests for the game of football are lightweight, breathable and adapt to the body without major changes. Each product description includes a section of guidance to help you choose the right model for the particular injury.

Prices vary from $80 to $180 depending on the brand and features.

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