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The Omo Immobil from Ottobock helps start the recovery process of your post-operative and post-traumatic conditions of your shoulder by keeping your arm stationed in an elevated position at either a 0°, 15°, 30°, 60° or 90° angle. Crucial to making a speedy recovery, the body-positioned supported straps are attached from over the shoulder and waist, relieving stress caused by just over the shoulder straps that cause back and shoulder pains prolonging the recovery process. Complete firm support of your arm at the set position means there are no accidental movements that can intensify your sensitive arm, ultimately leading to a full, quicker recovery. Made from breathable, washable material, the pad is made soft and skin-friendly while preventing pressure points and skin irritations. The openings throughout the arm brace get rid of the irritating itching associated with casts that make your arm sweaty and uncomfortable. The individually adjustable straps can be shortened so that the closures are situated ventrally.
The Omo Immobil offers a great solution to resting your hand with the provided length adjustable Hand Pad, traditional cast slings can leave you with a sore wrist as they don’t really offer any firm support. In the case where you would need to remove the Omo Immobil, you can fully adjust it back on without the need for tools. Stationary support, fully adjustable, light tube-frame, breathable soft material, the ease of use and cleaning makes this a less frustrating experience and a smart option when it comes to arm recovery support.
- Easy Adjustable Straps
- Sturdy Tube-Frame
- Attaches From Shoulder and Waist to Minimize Back Stress
- Breathable Soft, Easy to Clean Material
- Open Airflow, No-itch Design
- Detachable, Hand Pad Wrist Support
- Weight: 2 lbs
- Body Height, Small: 58.8 inches - 64.5 inches
- Body Height, Medium: 64.5 inches - 68.5 inches
- Body Height, Large: 68.5 inches
- Product SKU: 50A10
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