Saunders Sully Shoulder Stabilizer Brace Information
The Saunders Sully Shoulder Stabilizer is designed to stabilize, assist or restrict movement of the shoulder.
The brace comes complete with a highly adaptable, bifurcated neoprene strap and two additional 4"/10cm neoprene straps.
- Provides stability for shoulder dislocations and subluxations
- Can functionally stabilize, assist or restrict movement according to the specific needs
- Can be worn while participating in sports
- Fits left or right shoulder
- Perforated neoprene allows the skin to breath and helps reduce perspiration
- The smooth, controlled assistance or restraint follows the natural movement of the
muscles and joints
- Designed to wear under protective sports gear
Saunders Sully Shoulder Stabilizer is indicated for rotator cuff repair, glenohumeral dislocations & subluxation, soft tissue strains & repairs, acromioclavicular separation.
- Maintain acromioclavicular stabilization
- Control abduction and external rotation
- Decrease anti-inflammatory medications
- Decrease pain symptoms
- Improve arm recovery
- Easy attachment to gear
This brace is rated Level IV
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On the outside, elastic straps attach with hook to the neoprene at any point, in any direction, and with any amount of force you choose. You can functionally stabilize, assist or restrict movement according to the specific needs of each athlete.
On the inside, the perforated, breathable, rubber-like neoprene grips the skin so the support moves with the athlete. It's as if the stabilization straps are attached directly to the body. The Sully comes complete with a highly adaptable, bifurcated neoprene strap, and two additional 4" neoprene straps. Worn by professional and amateur athletes in all sports! Measure biceps in a non-flexed position.
Traditional Shoulder Braces have forced you to sacrifice either stability or function. Now you can have both!
Comes complete with a highly adaptable, bifurcated neoprene strap, and two additional 4" neoprene straps
Multiple Applications: Posterior Instabilities, Muscle Strains (pectorial etc.), Rotator Cuff Deceleration, Anterior Instabilities, Inferior Instabilities and Multi-Directional Instabilities
is a Biceps Rupture?
A biceps tendon rupture is an injury that occurs to the biceps tendon causing the tendon attachment to separate from the bone.
It happens most often in middle-aged people and is usually due to years of wear and tear on the shoulder.
HCPCS Code: L3675
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