Shoulder pain can be the results of various injuries, and often the right way to treat them is by stabilizing and partially immobilizing the shoulder joint. This reduces the strain on the rotator cuff muscles, the rotator cuff itself as well as the ligaments and tendons. By limiting the range of motion, further injury is prevented and the shoulder joints can heal in a neutral position. Some supports are adjustable so that the arm can be kept away from the body at a certain angle and the degree can be changed. The starting position can be changed further into recovery to help you regain shoulder mobility.
Apart from the classic shoulder supports for one side, medi also offers clavicle supports that stabilize the shoulder girdle on both sides. They are used for sprains, fractures and dislocation of the clavicles. All medi supports are made from soft, skin-friendly material and can be comfortably worn for long periods of time.