- Support for the shoulder joint, muscles and tendons
- Ideal for Rotator Cuff pain, Frozen Shoulder, Biceps and Triceps Tendonitis, Sub Deltoid Bursitis and AC Joint Pain
- Form-Fit Technology ensures a perfect, comfortable fit
- Adjustable chest strap for comfort
- Machine washable
Please note that there are many causes of shoulder pain. Please seek medical evaluation for prolonged or severe pain. A shoulder compression brace may or may not provide benefit depending on the cause of the pain.
Support and compression for the shoulder is particularly hard to achieve because of the anatomy. Our Adjustable Shoulder Helix provides the most comfortable compression for the entire shoulder including the rotator cuff (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis and teres minor), biceps, triceps, deltoid, pectoralis tendons as well as the acromioclavicular (AC) joint.
Because our product stretches more than the human body, there is no restriction of motion and compression is achieved through the full range of motion. The Adjustable Shoulder Helix is ideal for sports in which overhead activity is routine such as a tennis serve, throwing, hitting a volleyball, swinging a bat, golf club or playing any other type of racquet sport. It is ideal for wear after rotator cuff surgery or shoulder replacement surgery.
When a shoulder compression brace is advised, the Adjustable Shoulder Helix is the best product available. The latest advances in fabric science allow uniform and comfortable support to the shoulder tendons and ligaments. The Adjustable Shoulder Helix is recommended for pain reduction due to its ability to keep the muscles and tendons warm.
Shoulder Helix Features
The Adjustable Shoulder Helix comes in three sizes depending on your measurement at your bicep and is available for either your right or left shoulder. The securing thorax band is adjustable and allows modification to accommodate the user’s preference for positioning and tightness.
Proper fit is important
To measure, please bend your elbow and measure the circumference of your bicep with a flexed elbow. Please ensure your bicep is relaxed.