Clavicle Brace Shoulder Back Support
There are two types of braces used to immobilize the arm to allow for healing: a figure-of-8 clavicle brace and a sling. A sling holds the arm in a bent position at the person’s side. People with hairline fractures or simple fractures should wear a sling. Usually, a physician or physical therapist will have the person begin motion exercises after a few weeks to keep the arm from becoming stiff.
A comfortable and practical brace to support the clavicle after injury. The front fastening makes it easy to don and doff, with equal pressure exerted on both shoulders when the brace is worn.
Tynor Clavicle Brace With Velcro
Clavicle Brace With Velcro Is A Smart, And A Comfortable Brace Designed To Immobilize, Compress & Stabilize Fractures, Involving The Clavicle Bone.
Better tightening, more grip.
No under arm rash.
No buckle biting.
Tynor Clavicle Brace With Velcro Features
Reverse buckle fastening with hook loop tapes
Wide flexibility in positioning.
Soft PU foam padding
Ensures No underarm rash.
Improves comfort of the patient.
Improves compliance of the product .
Figure of eight design with lateral vector
Ensures linear union of the clavicle bone.
Allows the required movement of the area with perfect immobilization of the clavicle bone.
Easy application and tightening of the product..
Tynor Pouch Arm Sling Baggy
Pouch Arm Sling (Baggy) holds supports and immobilizes the sprained, broken or surgically operated arm in the flexion position while it recuperates. A comfortable design ideally suitable for supporting the arm with a cast.
Smart & sleek.
With thumb cradle.
Tynor Pouch Arm Sling Baggy Features
Supports and covers the arm completely.
Can accommodate bulky casts or bandages.
Made of 3 layered P.U. bonded fabric
Durable and non – tearable.
Soft to feel.