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Shoulder Saver is a protective shoulder covering that's made from the flexible material neoprene and will fit on either shoulder. It's designed to relieve the pain of individuals who are experiencing any sort of arm, shoulder or clavicle issues or injuries, such as sprains, tendonitis or arthritis. This black strap is flexible and adjustable, so it should fit virtually all adult men and women, regardless of arm size. Plus, you can choose whether to wear it over or under a particular shirt.
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Each Shoulder Saver helps relieve arm, shoulder or clavicle pain or stiffness in two distinct ways. First, it compresses the entire area, improving the flow of blood, which will automatically make it feel better. Meanwhile, while each strap will still allow you to move while you go through your daily activities (including workouts and physical jobs), it will stabilize your shoulder area and restrict unnecessary movement like jiggling. This, in turn, will help relieve daily pain and protect you from further injury.
Before putting on your Shoulder Saver, you'll need to identify the shoulder that needs it the most. If you've only got one strap and two shoulders with problems, you can move the protective covering between the two, if you'd like. If you've got two straps, you can wear both at the same time, with one on each shoulder.
Next, put on your protective covering by wearing the part that resembles a sleeve on one arm and wrapping the garment's strap around your chest. If you can't see the strap at the front of your chest after you put the garment on, you'll need to turn the garment until you can.
Once your garment is on your body, it'll be time to adjust the fastening strap, if needed. If you do so, adjust it in the same way you would a belt or the strap on a lifejacket. The Shoulder Saver should not be hanging on you loosely, but you also shouldn't feel as if it's going to cut off your circulation or dig into your skin if you move.
After you've adjusted the fit of your Shoulder Saver, you can go about your day as you normally would, while wearing the garment over or under the shirt of your choice. You don't have to restrict your activities at all while wearing this protective garment—even athletic competition isn't out of the question while you've got it on. At the end of the day, simply undo the strap to remove it, and store it somewhere safe.
Every one of these garments is black, which most people would likely consider a gender-neutral and age-neutral shade. Moreover, if you wear yours over black athletic clothing or outerwear, people may not even notice that you've got it on.
The neoprene material used to construct each Shoulder Saver is slim, which means that the garment will fit under virtually all shirts. It's also lightweight, so you won't feel as if you're lugging around a bunch of bulky padding on one arm while you're wearing yours. Once you start moving about, you may even forget that you have one on.
Although it'll keep your shoulder securely in place and stop it from jiggling while you're sitting or standing around, the Shoulder Saver's material is flexible enough to move with you while you do other activities. Therefore, it won't seem like one arm is pinned against your side while you're trying to swing a baseball bat or golf club, wash your floor or perform other tasks you need your arms for. Furthermore, if you gain weight, your protective strap will stretch to fit you, and will also fit a larger friend or family member if you want to lend it out.
The Shoulder Saver is not a garment that will only do its job a few times. You'll be able to use it as many times as you want to, and it's machine washable, so if you've got a machine, you can quickly wash it anytime it gets dirty. Even with frequent use, its material may be durable enough to last you several years or longer.
Seniors who have arthritis, or are suffering from repetitive strain injuries after multiple years of performing a physical occupation, may find wearing one of these garments useful. However, younger adults who have injured themselves during athletic activity or on the job can receive just as much help from a Shoulder Saver. In fact, wearing one of these while young may stop a young adult's injury from getting worse as they age. If you've got a teenager who's adult-sized, they'll be able to fit into one of these garments, too, but it's best to get the approval of a doctor first.
Some protective coverings that provide relief from pain and help guard an individual against injury can be restrictive, covering a large part of the body. Fortunately, that's not the case with the Shoulder Saver, as each one will only cover one shoulder and a bit of the chest, without extending down to the ribcage or waist. Consequently, it won't feel nearly as restrictive as a larger garment such as a back brace would, nor will it be restrictive like a sling.
Children may not experience shoulder injuries as often as adults do, but some children do experience them, and one of these garments will be too big for almost all children. It would be helpful if a child's size with the same type of adjustable strap were to become available, so children could enjoy the benefits of wearing a Shoulder Saver along with adults. You could try to put an adult-sized one on a child, but it probably wouldn't do much good since it wouldn't be tight enough to stabilize the shoulder or offer any compression.
Whether each of these garments is waterproof isn't specified, which means that if one of your favorite activities is swimming, you might have to remove the garment while in the water. Otherwise, if its waterproof status cannot be determined, you could run the risk of damaging it or shortening its life.
If you've got some sort of shoulder problem, you may spend a lot of time applying ice or heat to it at home, and visiting a physiotherapist's office. Once you start wearing one of these protective garments on a consistent basis, though, it may provide you with so much relief that these other treatments won't be needed as often. If you currently drive to physiotherapy and sit in a waiting room for a fair amount of time, just knocking those activities out of your schedule will give you more time for fun.
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