1x Arm Sling & Elbow Immobilizer for Broken Fractured Arm, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff Tear, Dislocation, Sprains and Strains

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  • 1x Arm Sling & Elbow Immobilizer for Broken Fractured Arm, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff Tear, Dislocation, Sprains and Strains
  • For both Men & Women
  • One size fits all
  • Immobilizes, supports and protects your whole arm helping boost injury recovery and rehabilitation
  • Features an easy to use adjustable strap that helps you quickly and easily adjust the arm sling to the right fitting and support
  • The lightweight, breathable and comfortable design makes this arm sling ideal for wearing for prolonged periods of time
  • Padded shoulder pad helps prevent arm sling strap from digging into your shoulder whilst wearing
  • Added thumb loop that helps support and protect your hand and wrist
  • Our full 30 day money back guarantee ensures complete customer peace of mind!

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

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Have you recently suffered an arm or shoulder injury that’s impacting your day-to-day life? Are you struggling with the simplest tasks because of the debilitating pain and lack of mobility? We understand how frustrating, and at times, excruciating it can be. But what if we told you there’s a way to alleviate the pain and expedite your recovery process? An arm sling could be the answer you’ve been looking for.

But how does an arm sling work, and more importantly, how can it help you on your journey to recovery? Let’s delve into that.

How an Arm Sling works

An arm sling is a simple yet powerful device that provides four beneficial features to your arm and shoulder: immobilization, support, compression, and protection. Here’s how it works:

Immobilization: The arm sling restricts the movement of your injured arm or shoulder, ensuring you don’t inadvertently exacerbate your injury

Support: The sling holds the weight of your arm, relieving strain on your muscles and joints, allowing them to rest and gradually heal

Compression: By applying gentle pressure, the sling minimizes swelling and aids in reducing pain.

Protection: The sling shields your arm from external impacts, preventing further injury.

The importance of using an arm sling cannot be overstated. Without it, your injury is left exposed to further harm, potentially leading to complications and delayed recovery.

Discover How an Arm Sling Can Aid Various Injuries & Conditions

Now that you know a little bit more about how an arm sling works, let’s dive deeper into the various injuries and conditions that an arm sling can assist with:

  1. Broken Arms: A broken arm is a common condition requiring the use of an arm sling. It’s a condition that occurs when one or more of the bones in the arm are fractured. Each year, nearly 2 million people in the UK experience a broken bone, making it an ordinary event. Tell-tale signs include intense pain, swelling, bruising, and an inability to turn the arm. This condition primarily affects the arm’s bones—the humerus, radius, and ulna. Causes of a broken arm range from falls to sports injuries to car accidents. Anyone can experience a broken arm, but those who engage in high-risk activities or have osteoporosis are more susceptible. Utilising an arm sling for a broken arm provides support and immobilises the injured area, promoting healing. A study published in the ‘British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology’ noted that those using an arm sling for fractures showed significant improvement in their recovery time compared to those not using a sling.
  2. Shoulder Dislocations: Shoulder dislocation, when the shoulder joint moves out of its position, is also a common injury where the arm sling is crucial. Dislocations affect roughly 23 people per 100,000 yearly in the Uk. Symptoms are severe shoulder pain, visible deformity, and inability to move the joint. This condition impacts the shoulder joint, including the surrounding muscles and ligaments. Its main cause is a strong force applied to the shoulder, as in sports injuries, falls, or accidents. People who play contact sports or have loose ligaments are more susceptible. Using an arm sling for shoulder dislocation keeps the shoulder in place and allows the ligaments to heal. ‘The British Journal of Sports Medicine’ published a study showing that using a sling for shoulder dislocation reduced recovery time and improved functionality, indicating its usefulness in treating this condition.
  3. Fractured Clavicle: This condition largely affects the collarbone, one of the main bones in the shoulder. It’s often caused by a hard, direct blow to the shoulder, common among athletes especially in contact sports like rugby or football. People with osteoporosis are also at a higher risk due to their weakened bones. According to UK statistics, clavicle fractures account for 2.6% to 4% of all adult fractures. Tell-tale signs include a sagging shoulder, inability to lift the arm because of pain, and a grinding sensation when trying to raise the arm. An arm sling can provide support to the fractured area, limit movement and reduce pain. A study by the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that slings are effective in managing clavicle fractures.
  4. Rotator Cuff Injuries: This condition affects the group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. It’s often caused by repetitive overhead movement or heavy lifting, putting athletes and manual labourers at a higher risk. This type of injury is quite common, with the NHS estimating that 1 in 10 people over age 60 in the UK will have some degree of rotator cuff damage. Symptoms include a dull ache deep in the shoulder, disturbed sleep, and difficulty reaching behind your back. The use of an arm sling can alleviate strain on the shoulder by immobilising the joint. A study by the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy cites slings as an effective means of facilitating the healing process in rotator cuff injuries.
  5. Dislocated Elbows: This condition affects the joint where your upper arm bone meets your forearm bones. Often caused by a fall or a direct blow, children and athletes are at a higher risk. It’s less common than other injuries, with the NHS estimating around 3% of all joint dislocations being elbow dislocations. Symptoms include extreme pain, visible deformity, swelling, and inability to bend the elbow. An arm sling immobilises the elbow, reduces pain and facilitates healing. According to a study in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, the use of a sling can effectively aid in the recovery of a dislocated elbow.
  6. Sprained Wrists: A sprained wrist is another condition where an arm sling can be beneficial. Characterised by damage to the ligaments in the wrist, it’s a familiar accident, estimated to affect around 2 in 10,000 people daily in the UK. Symptoms include pain, swelling, and limited range of motion. The condition majorly affects the wrist, specifically the ligaments. The most common cause is a fall onto an outstretched hand. Athletes, especially those in contact sports, and people with a history of wrist sprains, are more at risk.An arm sling provides rest to the wrist, preventing further injury and reducing swelling. A study from ‘The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews’ highlighted that using an arm sling for sprained wrists led to improved recovery times.
  7. Tennis Elbow: Lastly, we have tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis. Despite its name, this condition isn’t exclusive to tennis players! It involves inflammation of the tendons that join the forearm muscles to the outside of the elbow. Overuse, or repetitive high-intensity activities, are the culprits here. Workers in manual jobs, like carpenters or cooks, as well as racket sports players, are more vulnerable. Almost 3% of the UK population suffers from this condition, according to NHS stats. Symptoms include pain or tenderness on the outside of your elbow, which may radiate to the forearm. An arm sling alleviates symptoms by taking the load off your elbow tendons, promoting healing.

Each injury and condition has unique challenges and impacts, but all can benefit from the support and immobilisation provided by an arm sling. The usage of slings, backed by numerous UK studies, is an integral part of treatment and recovery from these injuries.

Presenting Our Innovative Arm Sling: The Ultimate Solution for Arm Recovery and Support

Now that you’ve gotten to grips of how an arm sling works and the range of conditions it can assist with, we are thrilled to present our innovative new arm sling. This isn’t your everyday arm sling, this is a game-changer in arm recovery, offering unparalleled support and comfort to the wearer.

Unleash the Power of Immobility & Support

Our Arm Sling & Elbow Immobilizer is engineered to immobilize, support, and protect your arm, forearm, and wrist. Suitable for both men and women, this one-size-fits-all design comes with an easy-to-use adjustable strap. This flexibility allows you to tailor the sling to your specific needs and find the perfect fit and support that your body requires. To ensure your utmost comfort, we’ve added a padded shoulder pad which prevents the strap from digging into your shoulder.

The Perfect Companion for PRICE Injury Recovery Protocol

Often recommended by physiotherapists, our innovative arm sling is ideal for PRICE (Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) injury recovery protocol. It immobilizes your injured arm in a natural position, reducing unwanted movements and optimizing joint alignment. This takes the pressure off your arm, allowing for faster healing and improved recovery.

Thumb Loop for Improved Hand Support

We’ve also added a thumb loop for enhanced hand support and protection. This feature is especially beneficial if you’re dealing with a wrist sprain. By stabilizing the wrist and encouraging correct positioning, the thumb loop can significantly aid in your recovery process.

The Healing Power of Compression

Not only does our arm sling immobilize and support your arm, but it also provides soothing compression. This is more than just comfortable—it’s therapeutic. The gentle pressure can help alleviate pain and reduce swelling, speeding up the recovery process.

Designed for Long Term Wear

But what’s innovative design without comfort? Our arm sling is ergonomically designed for long periods of wear. Made from lightweight, breathable materials and featuring a padded shoulder strap, it eliminates any discomfort even after prolonged use. This lets you go about your daily tasks without feeling constrained or discomforted, making your recovery period as comfortable as possible.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We’re so confident in the quality of our product that we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase.

In conclusion, our Arm Sling & Elbow Immobilizer is not just a product, but a reliable tool in your recovery journey. It’s a blend of innovation, comfort, support, and protection that aims to make your recovery quicker and more comfortable.

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Arm Sling & Elbow Immobilizer for Broken Fractured Arm, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff Tear, Dislocation, Sprains and Strains

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