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Shoulder Braces for Shoulder Injuries
A few of the most common shoulder injuries include strains or sprains, torn rotator cuff, dislocated shoulder or shoulder instability. Shoulder injuries can happen on impact while you’re playing sports, have an accidental fall, and even from overuse. If you feel pain in your shoulder, start by resting and immobilizing your shoulder with a brace or sling. A shoulder brace will help give your shoulder extra support while helping minimize the movement while you seek medical advice or begin your recovery.
$229.99Designed to protect and stabilize the shoulder post-injury and post-operatively
$189.99Made of perforated, breathable, rubber-like neoprene, it provides more stability and comfort.
$49.99Most convenient and innovative acromioclavicular joint protector ever designed
$7.99Generous size envelope to support the arm.
$19.99Helps to promote and maintain proper posture by gently holding shoulders back.
$12.99Adjustable prong buckles ensure correct fit
$114.99UltraSling IV introduces a new 3-point advantage to evenly distribute weight
$114.99UltraSling III series offers breathable, mesh fabric and thermoformed padding for greater comfort
Provides arm support for injuries and pre- and post-operative conditions
$99.99Recommended for those with shoulder instabilities in contact sports where shoulder pads are worn
$100.00The HyperIce Shoulder ice compression wrap is a sleek, compact, and comfortable way to ice your shoulder for recovery after a hard workout or from injury.
Benefits of Wearing a Shoulder Brace
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