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DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer

Designed to protect and stabilize the shoulder post-injury and post-operatively

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The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer provides shoulder immobilization and controlled range of motion for glenohumeral dislocations/ subluxations, rotator cuff tears and acromioclavicular separations. The shoulder brace is designed to protect and stabilize the shoulder post-injury and post-operatively. Designed to wear under sports protective gear, the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer assists in your return to activity by controlling shoulder motion, thereby reducing the risk of injury.


DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer


Features and Benefits:

  • Provides abduction control, external rotation control and support for acromioclavicular separations
  • The Range of Motion control can be customized with easy strap adjustments.
  • Latex® free black polyester Lycra material
  • Fits easily under protective gear

Shop our complete selection of shoulder braces or browse additional DonJoy products.

 

Measurement:

Take chest circumference under arms and across nipples

Size Measurement Size Number
S 30” – 34” 2
M 34” – 38” 3
L 38” – 41” 4
XL 41” – 44” 5
XXL 44” – 48” 6
XXXL 48” – 52” 7
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DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer reviews

Steve
Have used this brace for playing hockey for the past 2+ years. It has held up fairly well (use + washings), though at least one strap broke. Will most likely purchase a new one soon to replace the old. - Steve
Mel
Dislocated my left shoulder snowboarding last season and used this to salvage the remainder of the 2011 season. Product is durable and works very well. I took some major spills and shoulder never popped out. To be honest, it probably saved me a couple of times. Cons are that it kinda hard to breathe while wearing it but you'll get used to it and also limited arm movement which is kind of the point of this product. Highly recommended - Mel
Drew
Im 15 years old and a high school athlete. I had surgery on my torn labrum in july and am now cleared to play full contact football with this brace. It is very adjustable and surprisingly comfortable to wear. You can restrict arm movement to a setting that is perfect for your needs. The only problem is that there seemed to be only one brace on the entire east coast . After 3 days of hunting with our schools former athletic trainer he lead us to one of these great braces. - Drew

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  • From jacob at 9/16/10 7:12 AM
    • my sons wears a 2x large shirt and a size 40 pants, both are a little loose on him. what size support should he be wearing?
    • Please follow the sizing instructions below to get the accurate size brace.
      Measurement:

      Take chest circumference under arms and across nipples

      Size Measurement Size Number
      S 30” – 34” 2
      M 34” – 38” 3
      L 38” – 41” 4
      XL 41” – 44” 5
      XXL 44” – 48” 6
      XXXL 48” – 52” 7
  • From josh engelhardt at 11/23/11 9:54 PM
    • i am a bullrider and i am have major problems with my free arm shoulder dislocations i have have dislocated 3 time in the past 4 months will the shoulder stabilizer stop my shoulder from dislocating when i ride bull????
    • The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer will definately help with your dislocation issues. This brace or the DonJoy Sully will be great options for you.
  • From Alex at 1/4/12 8:43 AM
    • I play RB in football and usually my arms should be on the ball always, but my shoulder still dislocates once in a while. My right shoulder popped out several times already and i have tried some braces already, but none of them worked.
      So i am wondering if this brace can really withstand the force of 270lbs guys crashing into my stretched arm!? And which brace should i get? ..the one which is attachable to my shoulder pads or the one which goes around my chest? ..does it make any difference, because i have already had a bad experience with a cheap brace on my shoulder pads?!
    • I would recommend getting the stabilizer that goes around your brace it is going to give you more support than just the one that hooks to your brace. Plus if you ever need it for lifting or other activities you will be able to wear it for those.
  • From Bill Landman at 3/21/12 6:27 PM
    • My chest measures 38 inches, should i get the large or medium since both fit a 38?
    • Large
  • From Kevin at 1/28/13 1:41 PM
    • I play ice hockey and have had 2 AC joint separations- grade 2 and grade 3. Can I wear this brace under my regular padding and will I still have enough mobility in my arm to shoot the puck (wrists shots and slap shots)? Does this brace provide enough stability/protection to help reduce the chance of another separation?
    • Hello, Kevin -

      Because of the nature of your sport as well as your injury, you may want to get the Sully Shoulder to wear beneath your pads. It is less bulky and would provide the appropriate amount of stability for you during activity.

      http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Dr John Asthalter at 2/6/13 7:55 PM
    • I have female hockey player with a chronic separating GH joint. Does this brace accomidate female anatomy as well. We are trying to get her through her season before we do a surgical repair.
    • Hello, Dr. Asthalter -

      This brace will assist stabilizing teh GH, however because of her sports equipment (shoulder pads) it may be quite bulky beneath the bads. I would recommend trying the Sully Shoulder:

      http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support

      Because of the material and flexibility, it will allow for a snugger fit to the body as well as being less cumbersome beneath her pads.

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Calli at 4/23/13 6:48 AM
    • I am a female football tackle football player. In my last game my shoulder dislocated while making a tackle. I need to get a brace before my coaches will let me get back into practice. I need something to restrict my arm movement some but still allow me to play in the game. Will the shoulder stabilizer be to bulky to fit under my shoulder pads? Also would the brace that attaches to the pads be more effective and will it work with any style of football pad?
    • The sully stabilizer is used more for football. We also manufature a stabilizer that attaches to the shoulder pads. called the SPA
  • From Soina at 5/2/13 1:40 PM
    • i have severe pain on my left shoulder ever since last summer. should i request a shoulder brace to my orthopedic? what shoulder brace would you prefer? i need to stabilize it really well and my shoulder should be able to move but only a little not more than 3 inches or so i dont really know what happened to it. my neck also hurts.
    • Hello, Soina -

      In order to recommend the most appropriate shoulder brace, we would need to know a more specific diagnosis or anatomical structures involved. The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer will indeed limit much of your shoulder movement.

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!

  • From Jordan at 6/2/13 3:19 PM
    • For bull riders can you wear the sully and the stabilizer at the same time on the same shoulder?
      Or would it not help to wear both? I have to keep my free arm from going up and back while still trying to keep in up and in front of myself. I also need it to push my right shoulder in towards my left shoulder to keep it from coming out. What would be my best option?
    • Hello Jordan,

      Your looking for a bilateral brace? A brace to wear on your left and right shoulder, at the same time?

      Here are your options for a Bilateral Brace.

      Sully Brace we can make a custom order. This brace is neoprene, flexible.

      Donjoy Shoulder Stabilizer we can make a custom order, chest measurement must be at least 38" . This brace is very sturdy, recommended for football players who need maximum support. Bull Riding would fall in this category. You can adjust how much restriction you want on each arm.

      Please contact a Product Specialist at 1-888-405-3251.

      We can assist you in placing your order.
  • From Julian at 6/26/13 1:38 PM
    • I play rugby and was wondering if this shoulder stabilizer is allowed?
      thanks
    • Hello Julian,

      I am unsure of Rugby Regulations. I work check with the Rugby Officials. The brace doesn't have hard components, it's all made up of fabric.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Thomas at 7/18/13 10:34 PM
    • I'm a two sport athlete at my school (football and baseball) getting ready to begin my senior year of football. This spring I had an operation to repair a torn labrum in my shoulder that would cause my shoulder to constantly sublux. At the start of the season I will be 4 months post surgery. Would you suggest I wear a brace on my shoulder for the football season and if so, which one?
    • Hello Thomas,

      Absolutely, if you have been cleared to play football by your Orthopaedic Surgeon, yes I would protect your recent shoulder graft/repair.

      Depending on your position, I recommend the Shoulder Stabilizer it can be adjusted to prevent shoulder flexion and abduction. Your Athletic Trainer can help you with the adjustments.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From lubo sykora at 9/2/13 12:19 AM
    • Hi Iam active snowboarder my shoulder still dislocates once in a while when iam riding or doing Snowtouring-HighAlps tours, please help me what i need? Thank you Best Regards from Austrian Alps
    • You should go with the Sull Shoulder Stabilizer.
  • From nick at 10/15/13 9:37 PM
    • I am a male lacrosse player and had tear reconstructive surgery on my torn labrum. On my dominate hand side. My sport requires a lot of overhead throwing and physical impact with other players. I am very scared to return to a repetitive throwing motion. What brace would be right for me?
    • Nick,
      The Sully Shoulder Support would be a better option for you. The DonJoy shoulder Stabilizer will restrict your overhead motion. This is a brace that is recommended for football line men who don’t need over head range of motion. The Sully is recommend for athletes needing stability and range of motion. Thank you for your question. If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
  • From Monica at 10/28/13 12:00 PM
    • Would this brace work for Basketball or would it be to restrictive?
    • Monica,
      TheDonJoy Sully Shoulder Support would be an appropriate brace for you. The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer will not give you the mobility and range of motion that the DonJoy Sully Shoulder Stabilizer will. The Sully provides shoulder immobilization and controlled range of motion for anterior, multi-directional, inferior and posterior instabilities, rotator cuff deceleration, shoulder AC separations and muscle strains. The shoulder brace is designed to stabilize, assist or restrict movement of the shoulder post-injury and post operatively. The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer will not give you the range of motion needed to play basketball.
      Thank you for contacting DJO.
  • From Leo at 11/16/13 3:53 PM
    • I play rugby and last year I dislocated my shoulder and tore labrum in my left shoulder. With the stabilizer, will i be able to stiff arm and use my shoulder to tackle without my shoulder dislocating?
    • Leo
      The shoulder stabiilizer will give you extra support to help prevent a shoulder dislocation, by restricint motion in your shoulder in abduction and external rotation. This will protect from an anterior dislocation. If you have dislocated you shoulder posteriorly, which from what you are asking I am guessing you may have, you will want to go with the Sully Shoulder Stabilizer instead. The Sully comes with many straps and instructions for multi-directional support. Check it out on the website.http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support. If you have any other questions please let us know
  • From Ben Hardy at 11/27/13 7:20 AM
    • I am a 6 foot 1 inch 16 year old with multiple shoulder dislocations from football and have a torn labrum as a result. I am looking for a brace that will stabilize and hold my shoulder in place while snowboarding, any suggestions?
    • Ben
      Thank you for contacting DJO. Take a look at the Sully Shoulder Stabilizer: http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support The is a soft comfortable support that comes with adjustable straps to restrict motion in any motion that you desire. It will move better than the DonJoy Stabilizer. If you have any other questions please let us know
  • From leo at 12/2/13 11:06 AM
    • with the donjoy shoulder stabilizer, will it be able to fit.under a rugby jersey. I say this because of the strap that connects from the bicep to your chest
    • Leo
      This might not fit under a tight fitting shirt. Try the Sully Shoulder Stabilizer http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support , the straps are velcroed on and would fit under a shirt better
  • From hannan at 12/25/13 10:06 AM
    • My right shoulder got disloacted back in December 2013, but within a few seconds, somehow my cuff muscles and ligaments popped it back. It used to dislocate of and on but never dislocated permanently. Last summer It dislocated antero-inferiorly, when I tried to stop an incoming football with my hand, and my doctor reduced it back. A week ago, it dislocated again, once again my doctor reduced it back. I am a medical student and I do get into fights once in a month. It's my non-working hand and I'm a player of soccer, badminton, and cricket. I can't go through surgery, It's the bankart's lesion that I'm suffering from, Surgery is the final treatment for this. My weight is 210 pounds with height of 5'9. This stabilizer is reliable? Or is there anything else that could help me?
      I would appreciate you suggestion?
    • Hannan
      The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer will help protect from further dislocations by limiting your shoulder abduction and external rotation. The Sully Shoulder stabilizer will do the same thing. either will help but you may want to cut down on some of your activities if you do not wat to have surgery.
  • From Samantha Kurzen at 1/2/14 6:49 AM
    • I have Erbs Palsy (R Bracial Plexus) and Multi Directional Instability of the Right shoulder.
      I am looking for a brace that will bring my Right shoulder blade in because it wings out, and that stabilizes the MDI while allowing me to move my arm freely.
      Is this brace a good fit for that? It seems like it would work for the MDI but I wasn't sure if it would keep the shoulder blade from winging out.
      Thanks so much
    • Samantha
      The Shoulder Stabilizer will protect your shoulder from abduction and external rotation. The Sully Shoulder Stabilizer:
      http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support has the capability to protect in more than just abduction and external rotation. It comes with straps that are applied to the neoprenen and pulled ocer the shoulder for MDI. Neither of these will keep your scupula from winging, but at least with the Sully you might be able to use one of the straps to hold donw the scapula.
  • From Anthony at 1/10/14 7:12 PM
    • I play hockey in an adult league so there is no checking and I don’t wear shoulder pads can i wear this without it hindering my shots ?
    • Thank you for your question. This brace will restrict the Range Of Motion (ROM) of lifting your arm above horizontal. If you need more ROM you may want to consider the DonJoy Sully.
  • From Daniel at 4/24/14 1:15 PM
    • I dislocated my left shoulder while sliding into third base. Ever since the injury I can feel how easy it would be to dislocate again.
      What brace do you recommend using while play softball?
    • Thank you for your question. The DonJoy Sully Shoulder Stabilizer would be a good option for you. This brace will allow you to have greater range of motion than the Shoulder Stabilizer which will be needed with softball.
  • From Sue at 6/11/14 10:15 AM
    • Hi, I am a female mountain biker who had a Bankhart repair 3 years ago to correct my chronic dislocations (6 anchors for posterior, inferior, and anterior instability). I recently began dislocating the shoulder again in the last few months due to Mountain biking wrecks (4 x: 1 posterior, 1 inferior, and 2 anterior). I was able to quickly reduce the dislocations myself on the trail (in under a minute each). I am looking for a brace that I can wear mountain biking to prolong having a revision surgery. Would the Sully stabilizer be the best choice or the Shoulder stabilizer?
    • Sue
      The Sully Shoulder Stabilizer or the Donjoy Shoulder Stabilizer would help by restricting motion. the DonJoy Stabilizer restricts external rotation and abduction only, but the Sully has removable straps so it can restrict the shoulder for a variety of motions. Either one of these products would help you.
  • From Terry at 7/29/14 10:13 AM
    • My son had surgery on his right shoulder in April to repair a torn labrum, and is cleared to return to full contact football in September. His positions are linebacker and fullback, so full range of motion of the arm is not as important as for others playing WR, CB, etc... His range of motion for the shoulder is back to 100%, so question is, would he be better off with the Shoulder Stabilizer or the Shoulder Pad Attachment? With his positions, which would do a better job of limiting chance of re-injury while allowing adequate arm movement to pla?
    • Terry
      Either the Shoulder Stabilizer or the Sully Shoulder Stabilizer would work best for your son. The Sully has a bit more options as it comes with removable straps to adjust for different kinds of instabilities. http://www.betterbraces.com/saunders-sully-shoulder-support
  • From brent at 8/5/14 7:56 AM
    • I bought the double custom don joy shoulder stabilizer for my son, is there a video or better instructions then what come in the box. I checked youtube and could not find one. Please advise where I could find this information.

      Thanks
    • Brent
      I was unable to fide any videos on how to properly put on the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer. I would suggest that you call you local DJO Sales Rep and see if he or she can meet you and your son and go over how to prperly put the brace on. You can get the sales rep information here: http://www.djoglobal.com/contact-us/sales-rep-locator

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