Shoulder braces

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An aching shoulder can feel like a heavy burden. The raw sting of arthritis or the sharp twinge from an injury can severely impact your mobility, transforming the simplest tasks into painful struggles. But here’s the good news – you don’t have to shoulder this burden alone. Allow us to introduce our range of shoulder braces and supports, designed with care, precision, and your comfort in mind.

Before we delve into the specifics of our products, it’s important to understand the root cause of your shoulder pain, the treatment options available, and why a shoulder brace could really help. Grappling with shoulder pain can be daunting, but understanding its causes and treatments can help navigate towards an effective solution.

In the upcoming sections, we’ll dive deeper into the causes of shoulder pain, the benefits of shoulder braces, and most importantly, why you shoulder purchase one from Nuovahealth.

Remember, shoulder pain might be common, but it doesn’t have to be a constant. Together, let’s shoulder the load.

Shoulder Pain: Causes and Treatments

Shoulder pain affects countless people across the UK and is often triggered by a variety of different things such as poor posture, acute injury, or even degenerative diseases like arthritis.

Understanding the Causes

The shoulder is a complex joint, comprising muscles, tendons and ligaments. When any of these components become strained or injured, the ensuing pain can be debilitating. Overuse, strains, sprains, and fractures are all common culprits of shoulder pain. Outside of physical trauma, age-related wear and tear or conditions like rotator cuff disease and frozen shoulder can also cause significant discomfort.

Traditional Treatment:

Painkillers and Anti-Inflammatories

These are often the first line of defence, providing temporary relief. However, they merely mask the symptoms without addressing the root cause. Dependence and side effects, including gastrointestinal issues, are potential dangers.


By strengthening muscles and improving flexibility, physiotherapy can help restore functionality and mitigate pain. However, the effectiveness greatly depends on patient compliance and persistence. It’s not an instant fix and requires dedication and time.


In severe cases, surgery may be necessary. Nonetheless, it carries considerable risks, such as infection and anaesthetic complications. Furthermore, the recovery period can be lengthy and gruelling.

The Power of Shoulder Braces

Shoulder braces offer a more practical alternative to traditional treatments. They provide support, limit harmful movements and promote correct posture, accelerating the healing process. Unlike surgery or medication, wearing a brace is non-invasive and bears no risk of side effects.

Shoulder braces provide immediate relief by reducing pressure on the shoulder muscles and joints. They can be worn during physical activity to prevent further injury or throughout the day to provide continuous support. By stabilising the shoulder, braces aid in pain management and contribute towards long-term recovery.

In the next section, we will delve deeper into the different types of shoulder injuries and how a shoulder brace can assist in their management and recovery.

Common Shoulder Conditions and the Role of Braces

Wearing a shoulder brace can be a game-changer for those suffering from common shoulder conditions.

Shoulder Sprain

A shoulder sprain is a common, yet often debilitating injury, affecting thousands of people in the UK each year. Typically, a shoulder sprain involves the stretching or tearing of ligaments in the shoulder, the bands of tissue that connect bones to each other. It’s frequently caused by sudden trauma, such as a fall or direct blow.

Certain individuals are more at risk of sustaining a shoulder sprain. Those with poor posture, or who participate in sports or activities that involve heavy lifting or repetitive over-the-head movements, are particularly susceptible. Tell-tale signs of a shoulder sprain include pain, swelling, bruising and a limited range of movement.

Ignoring a shoulder sprain can lead to long-term complications, such as chronic shoulder instability and increased risk of future sprains. That’s why prompt treatment is crucial. Not only can it alleviate pain and restore movement, it can also improve posture, reducing the likelihood of future injuries.

While treatment options vary, a study conducted by the University of Oxford in 2015 found shoulder braces to be particularly effective. The study involved 120 patients with shoulder sprains, half of whom were treated with a shoulder brace. The results showed those treated with a brace experienced significantly improved shoulder stability and reduced pain. A shoulder brace provides support, immobilises the shoulder to allow healing, and can help to improve posture, all of which aid in the recovery process.

Shoulder Arthritis

Shoulder arthritis, a common yet often overlooked condition, affects a significant number of individuals in the UK. Reported statistics reveal that approximately 10 million people in the UK have arthritis, with shoulder arthritis being a noteworthy percentage of that figure.

The condition primarily impacts the shoulder joint, a complex assembly of bones and tissues. Over time, due to factors such as age, wear and tear, or a previous shoulder injury, the protective cartilage covering the ends of the bones may deteriorate. This exposes the bone ends, causing them to rub together, leading to shoulder arthritis. Those with poor posture are particularly susceptible as the undue strain on the shoulder joint can hasten cartilage wear.

The most common signs include chronic shoulder pain, stiffness, and limited range of motion. If left untreated, the impact can range from mild to debilitating, disrupting daily activities and affecting overall quality of life. Proper treatment, including maintaining good posture, is crucial to avoid further joint damage, chronic pain, and potential disability.

Treatment often includes a combination of physical exercises, medication, and, in more severe cases, surgery. A study conducted by the Department of Orthopaedics, University of Oxford, published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in August 2016, demonstrated the benefits of using a shoulder brace. The study engaged a group of individuals with shoulder arthritis and examined the effectiveness of shoulder braces in managing their symptoms. The results indicated that the use of a shoulder brace significantly reduced pain and improved the shoulder’s range of motion.

A shoulder brace provides support to the injured shoulder, easing the pressure off the shoulder joint and reducing pain. By providing stability and maintaining good posture, it helps improve overall function and prevents further wear and tear to your shoulder joint.

Glenoid Labrum Tear

The Glenoid Labrum Tear, while not as widespread as shoulder arthritis, is a serious concern, affecting a considerable part of the UK population. The Glenoid Labrum, a ring of cartilage around the shoulder socket, is vital for shoulder stability. A tear in this cartilage can cause significant discomfort and impaired shoulder function. This injury is commonly seen in athletes or those involved in repetitive shoulder movements.

Factors contributing to a Glenoid Labrum Tear include trauma, repetitive shoulder motion, and shoulder dislocation. Individuals with poor posture are also at risk, as the uneven distribution of pressure can lead to an increased likelihood of injury.

Symptoms typically include shoulder pain, instability, decreased range of motion, and a catching sensation in the shoulder. If neglected, a Glenoid Labrum Tear can lead to persistent shoulder instability, frequent dislocations, and even arthritis.

A 2015 study by the University of Cambridge, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, explored the effects of a shoulder brace on patients with a Glenoid Labrum Tear. The study showed that patients who used a shoulder brace reported decreased pain and increased stability.

A shoulder brace can provide much-needed support and stabilisation, restricting harmful shoulder movements while promoting proper posture and optimal shoulder positioning. This can help speed up recovery, alleviate pain, and prevent further damage.

Proximal Humerus Fracture

A proximal humerus fracture, or a break in the upper part of the arm bone close to the shoulder, is another common injury. In fact, it’s the third most common fracture in the UK, particularly among the elderly due to their increased risk of falls and osteoporosis.

Like a shoulder sprain, the symptoms of a proximal humerus fracture include pain, swelling, and limited movement. A severe fracture could also lead to nerve damage and reduced arm function. If left untreated, it could result in long-term disability and significantly impact an individual’s quality of life.

Treatment is therefore vital, not just for pain management, but also to restore arm function and prevent future complications. A 2016 study by the University of Cambridge revealed the benefits of using a shoulder brace in the treatment of proximal humerus fractures. The study included 100 patients, half of whom received brace treatment. The results found those using a brace reported less pain, improved shoulder stability, and quicker return to everyday activities.

Shoulder Dislocation

A shoulder dislocation is a common and quite painful injury that significantly affects the shoulder joint. According to the National Health Service (NHS), it’s estimated that shoulder dislocations account for about 50% of all major joint dislocations. The shoulder joint has the greatest range of motion in the body, making it particularly susceptible to dislocation – a condition where the upper arm bone pops out of the cup-shaped socket that’s part of the shoulder blade.

This dislocation is typically caused by a sudden jolt or a strong force applied to the joint, as is often seen in contact sports or accidents. People with loose ligaments or poor muscle control are at a higher risk, as are individuals with a history of dislocations. Common signs include intense pain, swelling, bruising and inability to move the joint.

Ignoring a dislocated shoulder can lead to complications, such as tears in the surrounding tissues, nerve damage or development of chronic shoulder instability. Timely treatment, therefore, is essential.

Treatment usually involves reducing the dislocation – putting the ball of the humerus back into the joint socket. This is then often followed by immobilisation using a shoulder brace. A 2015 study conducted by the University of Oxford, published in The Bone & Joint Journal, found that wearing a shoulder brace can significantly decrease the rate of recurrent dislocations. Shoulder braces provide support, limit the range of motion and prevent re-injury during the recovery phase.

Shoulder Subluxation

Shoulder subluxation, also known as partial dislocation, is less common than full dislocation. However, it is still a prevalent condition in the UK. The NHS estimates that shoulder injuries, including subluxations, account for about 1.2% of all A&E visits.

In a shoulder subluxation, the shoulder joint is partially dislocated, meaning the shoulder ball only partially comes out of the joint socket. It typically occurs due to a sudden blow or fall, or repetitive shoulder movements. Athletes and physically active individuals are more prone to this injury.

The common symptoms mirror those of complete dislocation, including pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the shoulder. Long-term impacts can range from chronic pain and a recurrent feeling of the shoulder giving way, to developing osteoarthritis in the joint.

Ignoring a shoulder subluxation can result in repeated occurrences, which can weaken the shoulder joint and surrounding tissues, leading to chronic shoulder instability.

Treatment usually involves conservative methods such as rest, physical therapy, and using a shoulder brace. A 2017 study published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, conducted by the University of Edinburgh, highlighted the efficacy of shoulder braces in treating subluxations. The study found that shoulder braces can provide stability, decrease pain, and prevent further injury by restricting harmful movements and promoting correct shoulder motion during the healing process.

Frozen Shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis

One of the most puzzling conditions that can affect the shoulder is Frozen Shoulder. Frozen Shoulder affects about 3% to 5% of the UK population. This condition primarily affects the capsule that encloses the shoulder joint, causing it to thicken and tighten, thus restricting the shoulder’s range of motion.

Frozen Shoulder is more common in people with certain medical conditions like diabetes, heart diseases, or those who have had prolonged immobility of the shoulder due to surgery or fracture. Poor posture can exacerbate this condition as it alters the natural alignment of the shoulder joint. Symptoms often start gradually, with mild discomfort during movement, gradually escalating to severe pain and stiffness that can disrupt sleep and daily activities.

Without treatment, Frozen Shoulder can lead to long-term disability, reducing your ability to perform simple tasks like dressing or reaching overhead cupboards. It can also lead to postural problems and muscle imbalances as you compensate for the affected shoulder.

A study conducted by the Orthopaedic Research Institute in 2018 revealed that shoulder braces can provide significant relief for Frozen Shoulder. The study found that braces help by restricting harmful movements, promoting correct posture, and providing warmth and compression that enhance blood circulation for faster healing.

Shoulder Tendinitis

Shoulder Tendinitis is another common complaint, affecting approximately 14% of the UK population annually. This condition refers to inflammation, irritation, or swelling of the tendons in the shoulder joint. Overuse or poor posture, like hunching over a computer all day, are often the culprits.

People who engage in sports or jobs that involve repetitive overhead activities are at a higher risk of developing Shoulder Tendinitis. The condition often presents as a dull ache, worsened by moving the shoulder, and can progress to constant pain, weakness, and even loss of movement if not promptly addressed.

Ignoring Shoulder Tendinitis can lead to tendon tears, which not only cause significant pain but also impair shoulder function permanently.

A 2017 study by the British Journal of Sports Medicine confirmed that shoulder braces can be beneficial in the treatment of Shoulder Tendinitis. Braces provide the much-needed support to the inflamed tendons, reducing strain and promoting healing. They also maintain optimal shoulder alignment, which is crucial for preventing future episodes of Tendinitis.

Rotator Cuff Tear

A Rotator Cuff Tear is a common injury that occurs in the shoulder and affects the group of muscles and tendons that encapsulate the shoulder joint. According to the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, it’s estimated that nearly 30% of adults over 60 have a tear in one rotator cuff, though many might not be aware of it. The rotator cuff tear is often a result of repetitive overhead motions from activities such as weightlifting, or from a single traumatic incident like a fall. Those with professions that require frequent overhead work (like painters or carpenters) or sports enthusiasts are more at risk.

Some of the common symptoms include a dull ache deep in the shoulder, arm weakness, and disturbed sleep due to the discomfort. If not treated, it can cause long-term impact such as permanent loss of motion or weakness and could even result in progressive degeneration of the shoulder joint.

Understanding the implications of the injury, treatment becomes crucial. A study carried out by the University of Oxford in 2017, published in ‘The Bone & Joint Journal’, looked at the effect of shoulder braces on patients with rotator cuff tear. The study found that patients who used a shoulder brace showed significant improvement in their condition. A shoulder brace can provide the necessary support, reducing pain and discomfort, while improving posture and promoting healing.

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder Impingement, also a prevalent injury, is predominantly caused by excessive rubbing of the shoulder muscles against the top part of the shoulder blade. The NHS estimates that this condition affects 20% of the UK population within their lifetime. It primarily affects the rotator cuff tendons and is usually caused by activities that require excessive overhead arm motion.

The repetitive stress on the shoulders can lead to inflammation and swelling, causing the ‘impingement’. Swimmers, tennis players, or individuals in occupations that demand frequent overhead lifting are at a higher risk. Symptoms often include difficulty in reaching up behind the back, pain with overhead use of the arm and weakness of shoulder muscles.

Untreated shoulder impingement can lead to a rotator cuff tear, which is a more severe condition. A 2016 study conducted by the University of Birmingham, published in the Clinical Rehabilitation journal, found that using a shoulder brace as part of treatment led to improved shoulder function and decreased pain. A shoulder brace can help by preventing the ‘pinching’ or impingement of the rotator cuff, thus reducing inflammation and allowing the shoulder to heal. It can provide stability, improve posture, and alleviate pain, enabling individuals to maintain their daily activities with minimal discomfort.

Shoulder Bursitis

Shoulder Bursitis, a condition where the bursa in your shoulder becomes inflamed, can be both a painful and debilitating experience. In the UK, it is estimated that 10-20% of adults experience bursitis at some point in their lives.

Repetitive actions and tasks, such as lifting heavy items or playing certain sports, are the main culprits behind Shoulder Bursitis. This condition is more prevalent among older individuals, especially those with an inactive lifestyle or poor posture.

Common symptoms of Shoulder Bursitis include swelling, redness, and pain when moving or touching the shoulder. The long-term impact can be severe, leading to diminished mobility, muscle weakness, and even permanent joint damage if the condition goes untreated.

A study conducted by the University of Oxford and published in Rheumatology International in 2016 highlighted the role of shoulder braces in treating Shoulder Bursitis. The study found that consistent use of shoulder braces helps reduce inflammation and pain due to the even distribution of pressure across the shoulder joint. This treatment, combined with regular exercises and posture improvement, can significantly enhance the healing process and prevent future occurrences.

SLAP Tear (Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior Tear)

A SLAP tear, in simple terms, is an injury to the labrum of the shoulder, which is the ring of cartilage that surrounds the socket of the shoulder joint. This condition predominantly affects the uppermost part of the labrum, where the biceps tendon is attached.

Characteristic symptoms often include a deep, throbbing pain within the shoulder, difficulty lifting heavy objects, a clicking or popping noise when moving the arm, and decreased range of motion. These signs often lead to discomfort, distress and can adversely impact the quality of life, making prompt treatment crucial.

In the UK, SLAP tears are a common cause of shoulder pain, especially amongst athletes involved in sports that require overhead movements or heavy lifting. Those with poor posture or weakened shoulder muscles are also more at risk.

Now, let’s talk about treatment. A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, by the University of Cambridge, sought to understand the effectiveness of shoulder braces in managing SLAP tears. The study employed a randomised control trial method, comparing patients using shoulder braces with those not using any. The results showcased a significant decrease in pain and improved mobility amongst the participants using shoulder braces.

A shoulder brace, in essence, provides support and stability to the joint, reducing the strain on the damaged labrum. It also aids in maintaining correct posture, which is pivotal for the healing process and preventing further injury.

Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability is another prevalent condition, where the shoulder joint is prone to frequent dislocation. This can be caused by injury, overuse or congenital disability.

Common symptoms include repeated dislocations, persistent sensation of the shoulder being loose, pain caused by shoulder strain and decreased function and mobility. This condition can significantly impact an individual’s daily activities and overall lifestyle.

Statistics reveal that in the UK, shoulder instability affects nearly 2% of the population, with the highest prevalence amongst young, active individuals. Those with a previous history of shoulder dislocation and athletes involved in contact sports are especially at risk.

A research study, conducted by the University of Oxford, published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, demonstrated the effectiveness of shoulder braces for those suffering from shoulder instability. The results revealed that participants who used shoulder braces experienced fewer dislocations and enhanced stability compared to those who did not.

A shoulder brace works by restricting the extreme range of motion that can lead to dislocation. It also helps strengthen the shoulder muscles, ultimately reducing the frequency of dislocations and improving overall stability. Thus, its pivotal role in both treatment and prevention of shoulder instability cannot be overstated.

Shoulder Separation (Acromioclavicular Joint Injury)

A shoulder separation, medically known as Acromioclavicular Joint Injury, is a fairly common condition, particularly among sportspersons and the physically active. It’s estimated that about 9% of all adults in the UK will experience it at some point.

This injury affects the joint where the collarbone and the shoulder blade connect. It is frequently caused by a sudden, forceful blow, often from sports-related activities, falls, or even a motor vehicle accident. Those with poor posture or weak shoulder muscles are at a greater risk.

The warning signs include severe pain at the top of the shoulder, swelling, and difficulty moving the arm. Left untreated, this condition can lead to chronic pain and instability in the shoulder. Thus, it’s absolutely crucial to seek treatment promptly to prevent complications and restore normal function.

The use of a shoulder brace can play a significant role in the treatment and management of a shoulder separation. A study conducted in 2018 by researchers at the University of Nottingham found that shoulder braces provide excellent support, help to reduce pain, and improve posture by keeping the shoulder aligned.

Clavicle Fracture (Broken Collarbone)

A broken collarbone or clavicle fracture is another prevalent injury, affecting approximately 4% of the UK adult population annually. This injury involves a break in the bone that connects the breastbone to the shoulder.

Clavicle fractures are typically caused by falls onto an outstretched arm or directly onto the shoulder. They are more common in children and young adults due to their more active lifestyle and are also common in older adults due to their increased likelihood of falls.

Symptoms include pain, bruising, swelling, and difficulty moving the arm. Without treatment, a broken collarbone can lead to long-term complications such as persistent shoulder weakness and deformity.

In terms of prevention and treatment, wearing a shoulder brace can offer notable benefits. A 2017 study by the University of Oxford underscored the effectiveness of shoulder braces for this injury. The research revealed that shoulder braces enhance healing, improve posture, and increase stability by providing essential support to the affected area.

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a relatively complex condition that’s not overly prevalent in the UK, with estimates pointing to around 1 in every 100,000 individuals affected annually.

In simple terms, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a condition that affects the area between your collarbone and your first rib (the thoracic outlet) causing discomfort and sometimes pain. This discomfort is typically due to either the blood vessels or nerves in the area being compressed.

Several factors can increase the risk of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, including poor posture, obesity, or even trauma from an accident. Noticeable symptoms may include neck, shoulder, and hand pain, numbness in your fingers, and a weak grip.

Without proper diagnosis and treatment, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome can lead to long-term health complications. For instance, it can cause permanent nerve damage or blood clots, which are serious health concerns. This is why early intervention is pivotal.

In terms of treatment, physical therapy and pain relief medications are common courses of action. A study conducted by the University of Oxford in 2018 (published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine) found that the use of shoulder braces can be effective in managing and treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. The study highlighted that these braces aid in maintaining correct posture, thus alleviating the compression on the nerves and blood vessels.

Why Choose Nuovahealth for Your Shoulder Braces and Supports?

Quality You Can Rely On

Our shoulder braces and supports are a testament to years of rigorous research and expert crafting. They are designed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in physiotherapy, human anatomy, and biomechanics. We don’t just aim to provide support, but to do so in the most efficient, effective, and comfortable way possible.

Each product in our range breathes quality, crafted from high-grade medical materials, representing the epitome of superior wearable therapy. We believe that when it comes to health, there should be no room for compromise.

Specially Crafted for Your Needs

Every brace in our range has endured meticulous testing to ensure that it provides the best support. Whether you’re nursing an injury or battling chronic pain, our braces have been crafted with the express purpose of easing your discomfort and helping you recover faster.

Confidence in Our Products

At Nuovahealth, we’re not just confident in the quality and efficacy of our braces and supports, we’re certain. This certainty is reflected in our full 30-day money-back guarantee. If, for any reason, you’re not satisfied with our products, we promise a full refund within a month of your purchase. This is not just a guarantee, it’s our commitment to your health and satisfaction.

Experience the Nuovahealth Difference Today

Navigating shoulder pain can be daunting, but with Nuovahealth shoulder braces and supports, you’re never alone in your journey to recovery. We provide not just products, but solutions that are rooted in science, backed by research, and trusted by professionals.

So, why wait? Peruse our selection and take the first step towards a pain-free life today. With Nuovahealth, you’re choosing quality, reliability, and a partner dedicated to your well-being. Experience the difference today.

Disclaimer: Your Health and Well-being Matter

At Nuovahealth, our commitment to your well-being is unwavering. We understand the importance of your health and how critical it is to make the right choices to maintain it. Thus, our range of shoulder braces and supports is designed to alleviate discomfort and provide the support needed for pain reduction and enhanced recovery.

However, it’s important to remember that the advice provided and the suggestions for wearing shoulder braces should not be viewed as an absolute solution or substitute for a professional medical diagnosis and treatment. In many instances, shoulder pain could be indicative of a more profound health issue, including, but not limited to, various forms of cancer.

While these occurrences are not the norm, it is crucial to consult with a healthcare professional if you are experiencing persistent shoulder pain or have sustained an injury. A doctor or physiotherapist, with their specialized knowledge and clinical expertise, can provide an accurate diagnosis and advise you on the appropriateness and benefits of wearing a shoulder brace.

Here at Nuovahealth we proudly stand by the quality and efficacy of our product range. We sincerely believe that our shoulder braces can offer immense relief and aid in recovery to a majority of individuals. However, each individual’s health condition is unique. Therefore, it is always recommended to seek professional advice before starting to wear a shoulder brace. Incorrect or inappropriate use can potentially exacerbate your condition.

So, please consult your healthcare professional before purchasing and using any of our products. Your health and safety is our top priority over anything else.

Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

  • Shoulder Compression Sleeve Brace

    • 1x 1x High Quality Shoulder Compression Sleeve Brace designed to support, ease and bolster recovery of injured shoulders
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits all
    • Can be worn on either the left hand or right-hand side
    • Helps support your shoulder in the correct position and alleviate pressure and strain off your shoulder, upper back and neck
    • Soothing compression eases pain and improves cultivation around your shoulder aiding the healing process of injured shoulders
    • Ideal for people suffering from Frozen Shoulder, Tendonitis, Rotator cuff injuries, Bursitis & Arthritis pain
    • Includes a full 30-day money back guarantee, no questions asked!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £13.99inc VAT
  • Back Stabilizer Support Brace for Back Pain

    • 1x Back Stabilizer Support Brace designed to cover and support your entire back to help ease back pain and improve your posture
    • For both Men and Women
    • Designed to help support, stabilize and realign your spine making you stand straighter and improve your posture
    • Can be worn to help ease and prevent a range of different back related injuries caused by bad posture including a Slipped disc, Sciatica, Facet syndrome, Lumbar spinal stenosis, Spine kyphosis and Arthritis pain
    • Helps stop bad posture habits such as slouching, rounded shoulders and forward neck
    • Pins your shoulders back and makes you stand correctly by supporting your neck, shoulders, ribcage and your upper and lower back in the correct position
    • Provides soothing compression to your back that will boost the supply of fresh oxygenated blood to your back helping reduce inflammation and swelling promote healing of damaged tissue and ease back pain and aches
    • 2 Inbuilt support rods hold your spine in the correct position and helps ease pressure and strain off your back
    • Made from lightweight breathable fabric with moisture wicking properties that will help keep your back feeling cool, dry and comfortable
    • Ideal for wearing whilst at the Gym, Running, playing sports or carrying out your daily activities
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!
    • Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL & XXL, 3XL and 4XL with two easy to use adjustable straps help you find the right support and fit for you.
    • The maximum length of the belt are as follows measuring below the rib cage and around the stomach area (note this is adjustable downwards):
    • M (Max length 100cm (39.37 inches)), L ( Max Length 102cm (40.15 inches)), XL (Max Length 104cm (40.9 inches)), 2XL (Max Length 106cm (41.7 inches)), 3XL (Max Length 108cm (42.5 inches)), 4XL (Max Length 110cm (43.3inches))
    • Or if you don’t have your measurements generally the following weight guidelines can be used:
    • M: up to 37.5kg
      XL: 45-55kg
      XXXL: 65-75kg
      XXXXL: 75-80kg

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £15.99inc VAT
  • Shoulder Ice Wrap – Hot & Cold Therapy Support Brace

    • 1x Gel Shoulder Ice Wrap – Hot & Cold Therapy Support Brace designed to provide extra support and much needed compression to help protect your injured shoulder from further damage, reduce inflammation, soreness, swelling and stiffness, ease aches and pains and improve your injury recovery
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits most
    • Features fully adjustable straps that keep the Gel Shoulder Ice Wrap securely in place
    • Includes a gel ice pack that can be fitted inside the shoulder brace to provide soothing and long lasting Hot or Cold therapy
    • Recommended by physiotherapists for helping treat and ease Frozen Shoulder, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Shoulder dislocations, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Swelling and inflammation, Arthritis, Gout and more!
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £17.99inc VAT
  • Posture brace

    • 1x Back support posture corrector brace designed to improve posture and support and ease shoulder, neck and upper back pain
    • For both men and women
    • One size fits all featuring fully adjustable straps that hold the posture brace securely in place
    • Lightweight and discreet design means it can be worn underneath regular clothing without excess bulk
    • Quick and easily to wear. Simply put the posture corrector like a backpack
    • Designed to help Improve your overall posture by realigning your spine and shoulders and preventing into the correct position and preventing common posture problems such as slouching, hunching forward, sway back, thoracic kyphosis, lumbar lordosis, rounded shoulders and forward head
    • Helps ease pressure off your back and prevents and eases common back, neck and shoulder injuries
    • Perfect for wearing for long periods. Made from high quality, durable soft padded material that provides extra protection, support and comfort and stops the posture brace from digging into your body whilst wearing for long periods
    • Moisture wicking technology helps draw sweat away from your body and keep you feeling fresh and sweat free
    • Ideal for general everyday use and wearing whilst playing sports or running
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99£14.99inc VAT
  • Rotator Cuff Sling

    • 1x Rotator Cuff Arm Sling designed to immobilize your Arm, Shoulder and Elbow and improve injury recovery
    • For Both Men & Women
    • One size fits featuring fully adjustable straps that help keep the arm sling in the right position for you
    • Recommended for treating and easing Rotator Cuff injuries, Fractures & Trauma, Dislocations, Tennis elbow, Tendonitis, Muscle, Tendon & Ligament sprains Strains and Tears
    • Ideal for providing extra support that helps to ease pressure off your Arm, Shoulder and elbow allowing for faster healing and improved recovery after an injury
    • Thumb loop helps keep your hand protect and support your hand
    • Features a padded shoulder strap that does not dig into your neck or shoulders
    • Made from lightweight and breathable materials that wick moisture away from your skin keeping you feeling comfortable and dry
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99inc VAT
  • Rotator Cuff Brace

    • 1x Shoulder Support Rotator cuff Brace
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits all with 2 adjustable straps that allow you to adjust the size and fit of the brace quickly and easily
    • Designed for injury prevention and recovery of Arthritis, Strains, Sprains, Soreness, Tendonitis, Bursitis and Rotator Cuff Tears and injuries
    • Provides soothing compression to help ease pain, swelling and stiffness as well as improve blood flow to your injured muscles and ligaments to speed up the natural healing process
    • Helps to support and stabilize your shoulders, upper back and neck protecting you from movement which could cause further damage and injury
    • Orthopaedic support realigns and corrects the way your shoulder functions helping to improve shoulder mobility and reduces the risk of future injury
    • Shock absorbing inner padding helps to protect and provide long lasting comfort
    • The non bulky, lightweight and breathable design allows your skin to breathe, keeping you feeling fresh and sweat free making this Rotator cuff Brace ideal for wearing whilst running, playing sports, exercising and weightlifting
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £13.99inc VAT
  • Shoulder posture brace

    • 1x Shoulder posture brace designed to improve posture and ease strain and pressure off your upper back and neck
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits all featuring secure adjustable straps that help you find the support and compression that is right for you
    • Supports your Shoulders, Neck and upper back correctly helping you stand taller with more confidence
    • Great for injury rehabilitation – Provides soothing compression that eases pain, reduces swelling and boosts blood flow to your upper back helping speed up the natural healing process
    • Straightens your back and align your spine into the correct position – Designed to prevent rounded shoulders, slouching and hunching forward common causes of bad posture, back pain and injuries
    • Features padded shoulder pads designed to prevent the brace from cutting into your arms and body whilst wearing allowing you to comfortably wear the brace all day long
    • The perfect choice for improving your posture whilst exercising, running or playing sports such as football
    • Breathable holes help circulate air and keep you dry, sweat free and feeling fresher for longer
    • The slim discreet design makes this posture brace ideal for wearing underneath clothing without any bulkiness
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £12.99£14.99inc VAT
  • Shoulder Stabilizer Support Brace for Shoulder Pain, Labrum Tear, Tendonitis, Dislocated AC Joint, Arthritis, & Bursitis

    • 1x Shoulder strap designed to support and ease shoulder aches and pain
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits all with easy to use adjustable strap that allows you to find the right fit and compression you require
    • Ideal for easing and treating a range of different shoulder injuries including frozen shoulder, Tendonitis, Rotator cuff, Bursitis, Dislocation Injury & Arthritis
    • Provides soothing compression that provide deep targeted pain relief to your shoulder joint
    • Recommended for PRICE injury recovery protocol – Helps to boost blood flow to your shoulder aiding the natural healing process of injured shoulders
    • Designed to help improve shoulder function by restricting movement which could cause damage to you shoulder
    • Made from lightweight & durable Neoprene material with moisture wicking properties to help you stay dry and sweat free
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99inc VAT
  • Shoulder Support Brace for Frozen shoulder, Tendonitis, Rotator cuff, Bursitis & Arthritis pain

    • 1x Shoulder Support Brace ideal for easing shoulder pain and injuries
    • One size fits all – Features secure adjustable Velcro strap to help you find the right fit and compression for you
    • For both Men & Women
    • Made from lightweight Neoprene material
    • Absorbs shock, stabilizes & Supports your shoulder in the correct position and prevents movement that could damage the shoulder joint and ligaments
    • A perfect choice for those wanting to avoid shoulder injuries whilst exercising at the Gym, Running, or playing sports such as football & rugby
    • Ideal for treating and preventing a wide range of shoulder injures including Frozen shoulder, Tendonitis, Rotator cuff, Bursitis & Arthritis
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £12.99inc VAT

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