Shoulder Pillow with Ball

    Item #: L3660 - Model #: A263   IN STOCK
    Shoulder Pillow with Ball

    Features

    Special design fits right or left arm High density foam pillow with attached stress ball helps promote hand circulation without moving arm or shoulder. Shoulder Pillow provides stability and sup-port for those suffering from tendinitis of the shoulder, dislocation of the shoulder, and chronic shoulder in-stabilities. Effective in immobilizing the shoulder to promote healing and prevent further injury.

    • Special design fits right or left arm.
    • High density foam pillow with attached stress ball helps promote hand circulation without moving arm or shoulder.

    Size Chart


    Size Chart

    Usage

    Begin by fastening the pillow around the waist using the waist strap provided. Position the pillow so that the "curve" of the pillow rests comfortably against the side of the body as shown. (Note: the stress ball located on the side of the pillow should be facing forward, as shown below.)
    Slip the sling over your head and place your arm in the sling. The "closed" end of the sling should align with the elbow, as shown below. Fasten the closure straps located at the top of the sling.
    Once closed, the sling should easily attach to the pillow via the Velcro strap. Tighten the shoulder strap of the sling until the weight of the arm no longer rests on the shoulder.
    Lastly, feed the waist strap located on the rear of the sling around the waist and through the d-ring lo-cated just under the hand. Tighten so that the sling and pillow fit snug around the waist.

    Care

    Hand was using cold water and mild detergent. Air dry. Do not dry clean, iron, or bleach any part of this brace, as it could cause damage and void the manufacturer's warranty.

    Caution

    The application instructions listed above are intended for the use of qualified professionals only. It is not recommended for patients to attempt to apply or adjust this device unless otherwise instructed to do so by an orthopedic professional. Any questions regarding further adjustment or frequency/ duration of wear should be directed to your orthopedic professional, as they know the individual condition for which this device was prescribed.