Shoulder Brace

The Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeve can help accelerate recovery including post-surgical recovery.
Alleviate pain caused by the following conditions:
Frozen shoulder
Rotator cuff injuries
Joint pain
Arthritis & tendonitis
Sports injuries
Sprains

€77.95

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€77.95

The Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeve can help accelerate recovery including post-surgical recovery.
Alleviate pain caused by the following conditions:
Frozen shoulder
Rotator cuff injuries
Joint pain
Arthritis & tendonitis
Sports injuries
Sprains

Product Description

Radical pain relief for aches & injuries

The Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeve can help accelerate recovery including post-surgical recovery, and alleviate pain caused by the following conditions:

  • Frozen shoulder
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Arthritis & tendonitis
  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains

Our revolutionary therapeutic fabric Shoulder Sleeve is infused with circulation enhancing natural elements, germanium and carbon. These elements are activated by your body heat and dramatically increase blood flow to your skin and muscles, which reduces pain, stiffness, swelling & fatigue.

Read our testimonials to find out more.

Shoulder Sleeve Product information

Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeves are unisex andgreyincolor,and have an optional sling for severe injuries.

Sizing

Measure around your bicep to choose the right size for your Shoulder Sleeve.

SHOULDER SLEEVE SIZEX-SmallSmallMediumLargeX-LargeXX-Large
MEASURE CIRCUMFERENCE OF BICEP 6-9 in 
15-23cm
9-11 in 
23-28 cm
11-13 in 
28-33 cm
13-15 in 
33-38 cm
15-18 in 
38-46 cm
18-22in 
46-56cm

Guidelines for use

  • Wear as needed for comfort and relief
  • Can be worn 24/7
  • For maximum benefit wear when sleeping

Care & Fabric composition

Your Incrediwear Brace is easy to clean. Wash warm or cold, tumble dry low. Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.

  • 48% Polyester (Germanium/Carbon Infused)
  • 30% Nylon
  • 12% Rubber
  • 5% Spandex
  • 3% Plastic
  • 2% Foam
Important note

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary. If symptoms persist or worsen please consult your doctor.
 

Shoulder supports and shoulder braces are often prescribed by physiotherapists as a means of shoulder injury prevention and are important after injuries such as dislocated shoulder, broken collar bone, and shoulder separation.

Shoulder braces and supports are also excellent for alleviating pain caused by several different conditions, including frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, and arthritis and tendonitis. They can be used to help accelerate recovery after surgery, or after sporting injuries and sprains.

Benefits of shoulder supports and braces

There are many advantages of wearing a shoulder brace or support. After an accident, or whenever you are trying to improve your posture, it is important to provide the targeted area with plenty of support. Any movement in your shoulder can cause lots of pain if you don’t have a brace in place. In short, using a support to recover from an injury or shoulder procedure can help you return to a relatively normal life much quicker than without. You can focus on getting on with other tasks, and the brace will keep your shoulder supported and pain-free.

Also, when using a brace, your shoulder will be immobilised, keeping it in the same place so that you can avoid any further injury. In turn, this gives you a much better chance of recovering quicker and gives you more control over the way you recoup after your injury or surgery. Without the correct support, it is all too easy for someone to make their condition worse, and there are posture problems to consider, too.

Shoulder braces and supports also help you return to exercise sooner rather than later. When your shoulder is immobile, you can be confident you will avoid injury while doing any other exercise or physiotherapy treatment that is essential for you to return to full fitness.

How do they work?

There are a number of design techniques used in shoulder braces which allow them to be the perfect choice for recovering from a shoulder injury or operation. A mix of polyester, nylon, rubber, and spandex give your skin some protection, as well as supporting the shoulder. The material is perfect for decreasing the risk of dislocation, and wearers of a brace also report that they feel more supported, and can go about their daily lives as normal.

Compression is another significant factor in how shoulder supports work. It is thought by researchers that compression sends a message to your brain about the position of your shoulder. It benefits the wearer as those who have instability in their shoulder often have a decreased awareness of its place - and it’s because of this that further injuries can occur. Other researchers have suggested that your shoulder brace can improve your proprioception in an unstable shoulder.

Other braces - such as our Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeve - are created with elements such as germanium and carbon. These elements help improve circulation, increasing blood flow to the shoulder area and reducing stiffness, fatigue, and pain levels in the shoulder.

Finally, wearing a shoulder brace can help you strengthen the injured area. The tight-fitting straps offer a degree of resistance, as well as support, meaning the muscles have to work harder when called upon. It’s important to remember that anyone recovering from a  serious injury or operation will often experience weakening and decreased strength in the afflicted area. Many surgeons and physiotherapists will, therefore, suggest to their patients to wear a brace, to facilitate the strengthening process. It can be too painful to work the muscle group without a brace, so wearing a shoulder support can help you build up that all important strength you need for a faster recovery.

Should I get one?

When you are recovering from a shoulder injury or an operation, it’s vital to understand that there are many benefits from wearing a brace or support. Because a brace will limit the range of movement, you will protect yourself from dislocation, ligament damage, and a whole lot more besides.

In short, a shoulder brace will protect you from injury, which will be vital in the early stages of recovery when you should not move the shoulder at all. Later on in your rehabilitation period, however, a brace can also be an excellent tool for helping you to improve proprioception and build up muscle strength, in a much safer environment.

The Incrediwear Shoulder Sleeve can give you the protection you need to recover safely and quickly. Braces can be worn for 24 hours a day if necessary, and are the perfect solution for anyone with a shoulder injury that has difficulty sleeping.