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Arm Slings at Health Products For You

Arm slings are an aid to immobilize and support an injured hand. Different types of arm slings are available for injuries like fracture, strain, sprain or dislocation due to an accidental encounter. Arm slings are simple and efficient supports made up of flexible or sturdy materials. These slings contain a cavity that holds the forearm along with a strap that secures the sling to the body. The straps usually rest on the shoulder opposite to the injury for a better hold. At HPFY we have high quality products from top manufacturers like Patterson Medical, A-T Surgical Inc., Bilt-Rite Mastex Health Inc, Hely & Weber, and many others at best prices and attractive discounts. Buy today to save more!

What are Arm Slings used for?

Quick Recovery

An arm or shoulder sling is prescribed post-surgery to speed up the healing process as the injured part can get irritated by excessive movement.

Minimizing Pain

A splint, brace or cast is first applied to the injured arm before using an arm sling. Arm slings also helps in preventing pain due to movement. Your doctor will prescribe the appropriate style of arm sling that suits your particular medical condition.


After a stroke, the chances of paralysis hike up, therefore shoulder slings are recommended to avoid any risk of paralysis to your arm.

What to consider while wearing an Arm Sling?

Putting on an arm sling is no big deal, but easier said than done, there are certain things one must take a note of while wearing an arm sling.


Wrong angles can perturb your already injured arm. To avoid wearing an arm sling either too high or low, make sure your arm sling is placed at correct angle. A properly fitted sling should keep the arm close to the body bent at a 90 degree angle.


Although sling for shoulders are not permanent and it can be removed to do daily living chores like bathing, however you should refrain from removing it in a haste as it may cause severe permanent damage to your limb. Always go for the expert's advice before removing the shoulder sling.

Too Loose or Tight Straps

Avoid keeping the straps too tight as it can hamper proper blood circulation of your limbs. Similarly, make sure the straps are not too loose because then the shoulder sling will not support your limb properly.

Forced Movement

While inside the arm sling, your arm will be completely restricted and you may become dependent on your other hand. In such a case, forcing your injured limb can cause trouble thus do not put too much stress on it.

Where can I buy Arm Slings from?

HPFY features a wide range of arm slings with various features. We have Harris Hemi Arm Sling, Rolyan Figure of Eight SlingAdvanced Orthopaedics Deluxe Sling and Swathe Shoulder Immobilizer and many other designs. Some designs like the DeRoyal Light Blue Arm Sling with Hook and Loop Closure also come with shoulder padding for extra comfort and reduced strain on the shoulders.

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