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Arm Immobilizer


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Provides arm support for injuries and pre- and post-operative conditions

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The Arm Immobilizer provides arm support for injuries and a variety of pre- and post-op indications involving the shoulder, elbow, proximal or mid humerus, and wrist. Available with or without an Abduction Pillow, the Arm Immobilizer is engineered with new features designed to provide secure and comfortable support.

The innovative adjustable tri-strap design (back strap, shoulder strap, and under-arm strap) customizes fit while ensuring desired forearm elevation, horizontal angle, and support. Together the underarm and back straps restrict posterior arm mobility and help off-load pressure from the neck area helping to reduce pain. The Immobilizer is easily opened with a single strap for protected controlled motion and has an integrated hand guard that prevents the arm from inadvertently dropping. Durable mesh Immobilizer fabric helps keeps wearer cool and dry.

The Abduction Pillow, available with the Arm Immobilizer, positions the arm at an angle from the body to help promote healing. Manufactured from soft foam, the contoured Abduction Pillow comfortably supports the arm to off-load the shoulder and is indicated for such situations as rotator cuff or Bankart repairs.

Universal in design the Arm Immobilizer fits either the left or right arm.

Key Benefits:

  • Innovative underarm strap design limits posterior arm mobility to help reduce shoulder pain
  • Supportive shoulder strap helps minimize stress to neck while securely supporting arm
  • Durable mesh fabric is breathable to maximize support and comfort
  • Designed for left or right arm for ease of use and reduced inventory requirements
  • Abduction Pillow available for angled arm support to help promote healing


  • Proximal humerus, AC joint, or clavicle fractures in acceptable position.
  • Reduced shoulder dislocations, rotator cuff or bicep injuries.
  • Post-op and injuries about the shoulder girdle for which immobilization is appropriate.


  • With Pillow - $69.99
  • Without Pillow - $24.99

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Size Chart & Fit Help
Description Arm Length (from elbow to wrist)
Medium Arm Immobilizer Up to 10.5" (< 26.7 cm)
Medium Arm Immobilizer with Abduction Pillow Up to 10" (< 25 cm)
Large Arm Immobilizer 10" plus (> 25 cm)
Large Arm Immobilizer with Abduction Pillow 9.5" plus (> 24 cm)
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  • Frank at 3/26/2015 4:00 PM
    • How much does it weigh?
    • Frank
      It weighs .85lbs
  • David at 9/23/2013 3:38 PM
    • During cancer surgery the surgeon cut a cranial root nerve which cannot be repaired. Because of this my shoulder is severly injured and extremely painful. Surgery is not a alternative so I would like a suggestion on the type of shoulder brace that would help the pain. The right shoulder is about 6 inches lower than the
      the left one. I have no muscle left, there's bone on bone and the clavicle is way out of line. I am 46 and it looks like my future will include a shoulder brace unless research discovers a way to regenerate or reconnect the nerve.

      Do you have a suggestion or do you need more information?

      Thank you,
    • David,
      This is a comfortable brace. It has the tri-strap design that helps to take stress of the neck, as you would find in a standard sling. If you are going to be wearing the brace long term I would recommend this style of strapping. Also, when thinking long term I’d recommend that you get the pillow to go with it. This will create a more comfortable position for your arm to sit and the thoracic outlet. I would also advise that you to contact your doctor for more tips on pain control. Please feel free to contact us with any more questions.
  • Jim Ryan at 10/14/2011 6:16 AM
    • What is the best way to clean my arm imobilizer. Thank you
    • Hi Jim,

      To clean your product you can hand wash it with mild detergent, water and let it air dry.

      Have a nice day.
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I have had four cuff surgeries and am now having a total shoulder done. Can not beat this sling for comfort and pricing. With or without the pillow it does the job.
Posted on May 2, 2015

Exactly what I was looking for

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This sling was a huge improvement for me over the much more expensive Healy Weber sling that I'd been wearing for 6 weeks. Prior to my shoulder surgery, I'd also had issues with a bulging disc at C5-C6 which had caused radiating pain down my other arm. So while my left arm was recovering from surgery, my right arm was actually in more pain due to the sling. The design of the Arm Immobilizer was a perferct fit to my needs because it keeps the wight on my opposing shoulder and off of my next. Plus the lightweight construction is great for keeping your arm from overheating in warmer temperatures. I couldn't be happier with it.

Posted on April 30, 2012