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Relief and support of symptoms due to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Shoulder & neck specific. Please note, this is not for self-treatment. Please consult with your physician to indicate medical appropriateness.

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a group of disorders that occur when certain blood vessels or nerve are compressed. Thoracic outlet syndrome affects the space between the collarbone and first rib (thoracic outlet). Common causes include trauma, repetitive injuries, pregnancy, and anatomical defects, such as having an extra rib.
Symptoms include pain in the shoulders and neck and numbness, weakness, and coldness in the fingers.
Treatment involves physical therapy and pain relief. In rare cases, surgery may be needed to relieve the compression.
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Corflex Extended Length Humeral Splint Corflex Mid Length Humeral Splint Corflex Ranger™ Universal Shoulder Sling Immobilzer
Corflex Ranger Shoulder Sling
HPMS Price $39.99

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Controls humeral segments through circumferential soft tissue compression and features deltoid cap extension to prevent migration. Designed to control humeral segments through soft tissue compression. Controls humeral segments through circumferential soft tissue compression and features deltoid cap extension to prevent migration; shorter length eliminates need to trim distal end.

Shoulder immobilization post-surgery or injury with maximum comfort and wearability for short or long term use.

   
 
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