Adult Pouch Style Arm Sling

Adult Pouch Style Arm Sling

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Adult Pouch Style Arm Sling

Discover the healing support of the pouch style Arm Sling, designed for adults seeking relief from arm and shoulder pain. This product is indispensable for those recovering from arm injuries, as it comfortably cradles the limb, minimizes movement, and aids in the prevention of further injury aggravation. Its high-quality construction promises durability and comfort during prolonged use, making it a valuable tool in your recovery arsenal.

Indications for Use:

  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Arm pain
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Subluxation
  • Shoulder dislocation
  • AC Sprains and strains

Profession/Settings Where Product is Used:

  • Orthopedics
  • Sports Medicine
  • Physical Therapy
  • Post-operative care
  • Home recovery

Unique Features of the Product:

  • Deep pocket design for even weight distribution
  • Reduces pressure points
  • Quick-release buckle
  • Adjustable strap for a custom fit
  • Can be used on the right or left arm
  • Comfortable cotton/polyester fabric
  • Machine washable for easy care

Product Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.67 lbs
  • Adult pocket length: 15.5 inches
  • Material: Cotton/Polyester blend
  • Made in the USA

Common Questions with Answers About the Product:

Can the sling be used on either arm? Yes, the ComfortWeave Arm Sling is designed for ambidextrous use, fitting both the right and left arm comfortably.

Is the sling machine washable? Absolutely, the sling is made of a cotton/polyester blend that is durable and machine washable, ensuring hygiene and ease of care.

How is the sling's size adjusted? The sling features an adjustable strap with a quick-release buckle, allowing for easy application and customization to various arm lengths and sizes.


Complementary Product: The RangeMaster Shoulder Sling Thing is a complementary product for arm slings that is designed to remove the stress of the sling from the neck and upper trapezius area and transmit it to the opposite shoulder. Check it out and see if it might be helpful to you. (EN-248060)