Shoulder supports medi archery

medi SLK 90

Shoulder positioning cushion

  • Anatomically shaped cushion
  • Forearm exercises through hand rest

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5° abduction – 90° external rotation support

medi SLK 90 is a shoulder luxation pillow. The product is exclusively to be used for the orthotic fitting of the shoulder and only on intact skin.


Product benefits

  • Allows positioning of the shoulder at 90° to the frontal plane releasing the posterior capsule to optimum position

Donning/fitting instructions

Open the hip belt’s red click-in fastener on the cushion. Place the shaped side of the cushion above the hip bone of the affected side.
Wrap the belt around your waist and secure it. Adjust the length of the belt to achieve a perfect fit.
Open the black click-in fastener at the front of the cushion and allow the belt to fall down backwards. Open the straps on the sling and lay your arm in the sling, making sure that your elbow is right in the corner of the sling. Place your hand on the ball. Close the sling with the Velcro strips.
Pass the shoulder strap over the healthy shoulder from the back. Now pass your arm through the loop when putting on a jacket.
Fasten the shoulder strap to the front of the cushion. Adjust the length of the shoulder strap. Make sure that the strap is under tension but does not cut into the skin under the arm. If the strap is too long, you can undo the Y-Velcro strip, trim the strap to the desired length with scissors, and re-attach the Y fastener.


Standard colours

Material components

PU foam, Polyamide






Medical specifications


  • Post-operative immobilisation after posterior shoulder stabilisation or multidirectional instability
  • Immobilisation after Latissimus dorsi transfer
  • Conservative use following traumatic posterior shoulder dislocation with reversed Bankart lesion
  • Immobilisation in two-directional anterior and posterior shoulder instability or following anterior capsule release
  • Conservative after tuberculum majus fractures


  • Hooked posterior shoulder luxation
  • Shoulder instability in combination with M. Parkinson

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