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Ottobock

Ottobock Shoulder Stabilizer Orthosis L3670

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Regular price $139.99 USD
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Product Highlights:
  • SHOULDER PAIN RELIEF- Our shoulder orthosis provides noticeable relief and alleviates pain caused by the malposition of your shoulder joint. It realigns humeral head in socket and supports arm position in extension with slight exterior rotation.
  • IMPROVED POSTURE- By bringing your shoulder into the correct position, your entire body posture is corrected – which positively influences your gait. This helps you avoid muscle strain or the overextension of nerves, ligaments and tendons.
  • COMFORTABLE MATERIAL- Our stabilizer is made of soft, washable fabric with silicone strips on the inside. This prevents slipping and rubbing. The climate-regulating material also counteracts perspiration and makes the orthosis comfortable to wear all day
  • IDEAL FOR stroke, hemiparesis, cervical disc prolapse, brachial plexus injury, peripheral nerve damage and more!
  • PERFECT FIT GUARANTEE: Visit Brace.Direct, an American owned company, to schedule your appointment with an experienced team member for a free video fitting and adjustment session to achieve the perfect fit- guaranteed.

The Ottobock Shoulder Stabilizer Orthosis  is an ideal solution for stroke, hemiparesis, cervical disc prolapse, brachial plexus injury, peripheral nerve damage and more! By realigning the humeral head in the socket and supporting the arm, it alleviates pain and discomfort caused by malposition of your shoulder joint. The stabilization makes it a great brace for rehabilitation and gait training. By bringing your shoulder into the correct position with the orthosis, your entire body posture is corrected – which positively influences your gait. Made of soft, comfortable material, the shoulder orthosis is easy to wear all day and is washable.

Indications:

  • Stroke
  • Hemiplegia
  • Cervical Disc Prolapse
  • Brachial Plexus Injury
  • Peripheral Nerve Damage
  • Subluxation