Comfortable Universal Arm Sling
• LIGHTWEIGHT & BREATHABLE: The Arm Sling weighs approx 4-6 oz. or the weight of two-three eggs. The arm holder is filled with sponge and air holes, light and soft, ventilated and breathable, and sweats quickly. Wearing it is as comfortable as being wrapped in a blanket, but it will not be stuffy, and you will unconsciously forget its existence. This Sling is especially suitable for sleeping but can also be used at home, on trips, and at work.
• T-BELT DESIGN: This Shoulder Sling uses an integrated t-shaped strap around the waist and holds the arm in place, keeping the arm close to the body and preventing the arm from swinging by holding the shoulder in place. The product contains no neoprene and latex ingredients, no odor, and no irritation to the skin. Exquisite quality, fashion style, solid and durable. Different sizes are available, suitable for men and women, teenagers, middle-aged, and the elderly.
• EASY TO PUT ON AND ADJUST: This Shoulder Immobilizer Sling can be worn by one hand (it depends on the specific condition), and high adhesion Velcro fixes all parts. The adjustment is swift and easy. It provides perfect fixation and protection for injury nursing, including shoulder muscle and tendon pain, shoulder instability, dislocation, sprain, contusion, rotator cuff surgery, acromioclavicular joint injury, etc. It's for the left and right arms.
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What Are The Benefits Of Arm Sling?
After an injury to your shoulder, elbow, or wrist, you might need to wear a sling on your arm to protect it while healing. A shoulder sling keeps your arm against your body and prevents you from moving it too much as you heal. If you wear it the wrong way, you might delay healing or injure your arm more.
Do Slings Help With Swelling?
Slings help treat injuries that may be made worse or more painful by the movement of the shoulder, elbow, arm, wrist, or hand. They keep an injured arm in a position that helps reduce pain and swelling.
Should You Wear A Sling To Sleep?
You should wear your Sling when you sleep.
What Injuries Need An Arm Sling?
Slings can be used for many different injuries. They are often used when you have a broken (fractured) or dislocated arm, elbow, or shoulder.
Materials: Nylon+Polyester+Cotton+Sponge / Lyocell Fiber+Nylon
S: Under-bust 24″-29.5″
M: Under-bust 29.5″-33.5″
L: Under-bust 33.5″-41″
XL: Under-bust 41″-47″
XXL: Under-bust 47″-53
What's in the box?
1x Arm Sling
1x Wearing Guidelines Manual
1x Paper Ruler
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