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Shoulders brace AM-SOB-05

Shoulders brace AM-SOB-05
Shoulder braceShoulder brace
Class 1 medical deviceClass 1 medical device
Universal sizeUniversal size



Frozen shoulder, also known as Duplay disease, is a closed set a lot of diseases connected with shoulder. The reason of the pain and limited motion can be stressed muscles, tendon injury or bursitis.
The main symptom of the frozen shoulder is pain. The pain can be little at the beginning and occurs only with rising limb above the arms. Over time, it can grow and is sensible with other motions. The pain can appear suddenly, e.g. after rapid movement and it’s often with swelling and limited range of motion.

The main reasons are:
1. stressed muscles
2. tendons injuries
3. bursitis
4. rhemautic diseases (RA, joint degeneration) or neurological (cervical and brachial plexus inflammation)

You can suffer from frozen shoulder after usual daily activities (e.g. window cleaning) or carrying heavy products. It can occurs after: repeated motions, uncomfortable sleeping position or intensive exercises.

The other reason can be also the rotator cuff injury (infraspinatus, supraspinatus, subscapularis and teres minor muscle). The tendons surround humeral head and joint capsule. The biceps injury can also cause frozen shoulder.

Frozen shoulder

The frozen shoulder can become into Impingement Syndrome. This is result of inflammation caused by stressed tendon. The disease is often for young athletes, e.g. tennis player or swimmer.

Affected shoulder can’t be immobilized to stop the disease growing. Our innovative shoulders brace AM-SOB-05 supports the shoulder joints without immobilize them. The brace maintains the humerus in the acetabular. Our brace stops the disease progress and provides the pain relief.

Product’s description

AM-SOB-05 shoulders brace is an universal product made of high quality fabric UniPren™. The brace provides therapeutic compression and reduces bruises. Our brace AM-SOB-05 is an excellent product for active people. It keeps the shoulders in correct position, prevents against the injuries. It supports the shoulders after conditions, reduces the inflammation and improves healing.


UniPren™ is universal 3-layered fabric made of external elastic polyamide self-gripping layer and internal perforated neoprene foam with elastic jersey. Foam’s perforation improves the air circulation and maintains great skin’s condition. Our fabric is soft and elastic and not knitted, what prevents skin against the skin abrasions in the compression zones. The braces made of UniPren provide the best stabilization in market. Self-gripping function of UniPren allows to fit the brace precisely. WATERPROOF MATERIAL.

Shoulders brace AM-SOB-05 is made of two parts that are attached with the Velcro closure.

The arm sleeves are wrap around designed and you can fit the precisely with additional Velcro part.

The brace has X-straps which maintain the shoulder in the correct positions, improve the posture and support upper limb. The X-straps should be used in acute swelling stage. When you start gently exercises in the remodeling stage, you can use AM-SOB-05 brace without the straps. Slightly exercises improves the collagen production and tissue recovery.

Of course, our AM-SOB-05 shoulder brace may be used also as a prevention against the injuries.



Purpose of use

- Frozen shoulder (Adhesive capsulitis)
- Shoulder impingement syndrome (subacromial impingement)
- Shoulder instability
- Lax capsule
- Aching shoulder

Available sizes

Size The circumference of arms at the level of humeral head How to measure
Universal min 85 – max 95 cm
min 33.5″ – max 37.4″
The circumference of arms at the level of humeral head
X-Size min 95,5 – max 110 cm
min 37.4″ – 43.3″

Total length of the arm element:
Uni: 22 cm (8.7″)
X-size: 25 cm (9.8″)


Code AM-SOB-05
Trade Name

CEMDClass I medical device in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2017/745 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2017. on medical devices.