Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Clavicle Brace Provides Support and Stability

A clavicle brace provides support and stability for the collarbone and back after a fracture. Braces are used as a treatment method to rest and stabilize the bone while allowing it to heal. The clavicle bone is the long bone that connects the breastplate and the shoulder on each side of the body. Surgery is rarely needed for a fractured clavicle, and there are many types of braces and slings available to aid in the healing process.This clavicle brace is designed for those with a clavicle (collar bone) injury. It pulls the wearer’s shoulders back and gives support as the injury heals. The manufacturer also claims that it is useful for suffers of fibromyalgia and those with shoulder instability.
Tynor Clavicle Brace with Buckle
Our Price : Rs 283

This Tynor Clavicle Brace with Buckle is a smart and comfortable brace designed to immobilize, compress and stabilize fractures involving the clavicle bone. Its reverse buckle fastening with hook-loop tapes offers flexibility in positioning, better tightening and better grip. The soft PU foam padding prevents underarm rashes. The figure of eight design with lateral vector ensures linear union of the clavicle bone, and allows the required movement of the area with perfect immobilization of the clavicle bone. It is used where neither neuro vascular disturbances are severe, nor surgery is required.
  • Linear union
  • No loosening with time
  • No abrasion, no rash
  • Comfortable auxiliary padding

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