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Shoulder and Arm Braces: Shoulder Immobilizers, Shoulder Pillows and Arm Slings

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Shoulder supports are vital for speeding up the recovery process post injury. There are shoulder braces that provide the required compression to swollen joints to speed up the retrieval course. These shoulder immobilizers increase proprioception in the unstable shoulders. Braces protect the skin and superficial tendons from knocks and bumps. Shoulder braces also help in preventing arm dislocation. It is found in studies that limiting the range of motion of a previously dislocated shoulder can help in preventing future dislocations. At HPFY we bring to you various types of shoulder and arm supports and braces to meet your diverse needs from top manufacturers like DJO Incorporated, Hely & Weber, North Coast Medical and many at best prices and attractive discounts. Buy now and save big!

What are the types of Arm and Shoulder Supports?

Shoulder Immobilizers

Shoulder immobilizers can be used in case of strains or sprains, torn rotator cuff, dislocated shoulder or shoulder instability. They are kind of stabilizers that help in guarding the AC joint from further injury. These special braces allow for shoulder stabilization and controlled range of motion for shoulder dislocations.

Shoulder Slings

Shoulder slings are designed to avert further shoulder injury and keep the shoulder stable. These are suitable for cast support, arm injuries, wrist or hand injuries. The sling curtails the movement while the shoulder recovers.

Shoulder Wraps

Shoulder wraps prevents extreme movement of arm and shoulder. They are specialised to offer joint relief to an unstable shoulder. These are flexible in nature and are comfortable to wear in every day routine. Shoulder wraps are also helpful in sport activities and helps athletics with support and safety.

What are the types of Shoulder Injuries?

Some people often complain of lowered shoulder strength after a dislocation or injury. Wearing shoulder braces can help in strengthening shoulder joints and muscles. The increased resistance results in increased arm strength over time. Common shoulder injuries include:


Sprain refers to a stretch or a tear in the ligament. It is destruction to one or more ligaments in a joint, frequently caused by stress or the joint being taken further than its functional range of movement.


Strain is simply a tear in the muscle or tendons. A tendon connects muscle to bone.


Tendinitis or tendonitis is an inflammation or fracture of tendon which can be partial or complete. At times involves breakage of bone.


Arthritis is nothing but a joint inflammation which leads to joint pain and stiffness. 


The inflammation and irritation of the bursa is the condition referred as Bursitis.

Frozen shoulder

Reduced or loss of motion in the shoulder is known as a frozen shoulder. It is also known as adhesive capsulitis.


HPFY brings to you a range of shoulder supports to address these problems. These include flexi shoulder supports to limit shoulder range of motion like the Rolyan Neoprene Shoulder Support. Shoulder slings and swathes help in immobilizing the shoulder like the DeRoyal Universal Foam Shoulder Sling and Swathe with a padded cradle for extra comfort. Some shoulder supports are designed to provide the required degree of abduction to the arm like the Advanced Orthopaedics Shoulder Abduction Pillow with Ball. We also have shoulder braces for posture correction. Clavicle braces are designed to provide stability and support to the back post fracture like the DeRoyal Premium Clavicle Strap with Hook and Loop Closure.

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Frequently asked questions

A shoulder brace immobilizes the shoulder in order to prevent furthur injury while recovering from a shoulder surgery or dislocation.

Shoulder immobilizers can be used in case of strains or sprains, torn rotator cuff, dislocated shoulder or shoulder instability.

you must Hand wash the shoulder immobilizer using cold water and mild soap and Air dry in shade. Do not brush hard or squeeze. Do not machine wash the brace.

Shoulder separation can occour as a result of traumatic blow or fall on the shoulder. Common symptoms include pain and swelling in the area after the injury. You may also notice a bump on the top of your shoulder that can be caused by the tearing of the AC ligament and dislocation of the clavicle. You may have difficulty in moving your arm. It is recommended to consult a medical professional immediately if you see the signs of a separated shoulder.

A shoulder stabilizer helps in protecting the AC joint from further injury. These special braces allow for shoulder immobilization and controlled range of motion for shoulder dislocations, rotator cuff tears and separations.