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Shoulder Abduction Splint
  • Soft and breathable support pad which can be worn on both sides of the body
  • Soft straps with adjustable hook and loop closures
  • Adjustable abduction wedge for functional shoulder positioning at 30, 60 & 90 degree angles
Shoulder Abduction Splint
  • Padded Humerus and Wrist-Hand resting splints to hold the arm comfortably
  • Adjustable abdominal wrap and a shoulder strap to hold the abduction splint in position
  • Adjustable abduction wedge for positioning shoulder joint in desired angle
Shoulder Abduction Splint

Shoulder Abduction splint is available in sizes Small, Medium and Large.

Size Available
Patient Height

shoulder abduction

Height in Inches58.5 - 64.564.5 - 68.5>68.5

Directions for use

Seek the help of an experienced person for application

Apply the support pad towards the injured /operated shoulder side

Wrap the hook and loop closure around the abdomen and fix it comfortably

Rest your hand on the hand rest of the support pad and fix the straps on the hand rest

Attach the extra shoulder hook and loop closure on the front of the pad and apply towards the opposite shoulder and fix it on the back of the pad

Apply the Wedge below the hand rest and adjust according to the ankle requirements


Conditions after anterior shoulder dislocation

Post operative immobilisation of the shoulder

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