Arm sling shoulder support in an anti neckache design and prevents the neck pain of a tradition sling.
Extra deep soft stretch pocket contours the arm. Includes strap to secure arm to body. Use for a non displaced collarbone fracture. One-size and fits 12yr to large adult.
HOW TO FIT
Our NHS Ethics approved hospital study found that wearing a conventional sling caused the neck to ache after only four days. Concentrated weight on the neck is extremely uncomfortable and can cause nerve damage and muscles to spasm, particularly when wearing a heavy cast after hand surgery.
Registered with Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
HOW OUR ANTI NECKACHE SLING WORKS
With the addition of an armband - made from new lightweight highly breathable NON SWEAT fabrics - the weight of the arm is spread evenly across the shoulders
Can be fitted one-handed and unaided
An extra-deep sling pocket delivers maximum shoulder support and prevents the elbow from slipping out
Armband and sling combine to support the shoulder girdle and provide feel-safe comfort
Diagonal webbing strap holds arm to body and provides addition elbow to shoulder support
A fleecy thumb loop further secures the arm
Soft padded neck-strap, with special Velcro® end-clip offers easy arm height adjustment and can be removed to trim away excess strap
VELCRO® Brand fastener at cuff opens either side for hand-free convenience
Can often eliminate existing muscle spasm in the neck and shoulders soon after fitting
Does not contain Neoprene or Latex
REASON FOR STRAP
Prevents the arm swinging outwards and limits disturbance to injury
Delivers added support at the elbow and allows freedom to hand when the cuff is undone
Reflective feature serves as an alert to others
Plastic non-slip slider adjusts to shorten or lengthen strap
Both armband and sling fit right or left arm
Easy arm height adjustment
Plastic clip at cuff end provides convenient detachment
Easy-wash / quick-dry
Quality manufactured in the United Kingdom
Always consult your doctor when you suspect a fracture