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DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer

Designed to protect and stabilize the shoulder post-injury and post-operatively

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The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer is designed to protect and stabilize the shoulder post-injury (shoulder dislocation, strain, rotator cuff pain) or post-surgery during sports. The Shoulder Stabilizer provides shoulder immobilization and controlled range of motion for glenohumeral dislocations/ subluxations, rotator cuff tears, and acromioclavicular separations. Designed to wear under sports protective gear, the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer assists in your return to activity by controlling shoulder motion, helping to reduce the risk of injury.

Features & Benefits

  • Provides abduction control, external rotation control and support for acromioclavicular separations
  • Customizable Range of Motion control with easy strap adjustments
  • Black polyester Lycra material
  • Fits easily under protective gear
  • Designed to support and protect post-injury shoulder dislocation, strain, rotator cuff, and post-surgery activities during sports
  • Best for everyday activities

Size Chart & Fit Guide

Measurement: Take chest circumference under arms and across nipples

Size Measurement Size Number
Small 30" - 34" 2
Medium 34" - 38" 3
Large 38" - 41" 4
X-Large 41" - 44" 5
XX-Large 44" - 48" 6
XXX-Large 48" - 52" 7

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DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer

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    I don't know if I'm fitting this thing correctly? I think I am ? But do you have a video of putting one on and showing all the steps? PLEASE!
    Pros: Seams to put my pitcher in correct position
    Cons: Set up can be confusing? Too tight too loose
    Posted on March 9, 2022