Omomed shoulder support woman


Shoulder soft supports

 Medicinska specifikationer

Shoulder support with movement-limiting function

Omomed is a shoulder joint support. The product is exclusively to be used for the orthotic fitting of the shoulder and only on intact skin.



Intended purpose

The effect of the support:
The slightly compressive knitted fabric alleviates swellings and dispels muscle tensions. The movement is greatly restricted by the upper (white) strap, thus resting the injured shoulder and relieving pain. The shoulder can regenerate.

How often and when should I wear the support?
It is suitable for continuous use over a number of weeks. But during longer periods of rest (e.g. when sleeping) the support should be removed.

Goal setting

Pull the upper arm/shoulder cap up over the affected arm.
Pass the other arm in front of the body through the triangle of the strap system.
Pull the fastened belt backwards over the head and make sure that the shoulder cap and the strap triangle fit properly.
Fasten the two straps, which are sewn together and cross in the armpit of the healthy side, by passing the longer strap around the back and then securing the shorter strap to it. The Velcro strip should be facing the body.
Pass the white chest strap (sewn onto the chest ring) through the white loop on the upper arm specified by the doctor or technician and then attach the strap to itself with the Velcro fastener.
Finally readjust the upper arm/ shoulder part and all the straps to ensure a comfortable fit and reliable limitation of movement.




Polyamide, Polyester, Elastane


Velcro fasteners should be closed for washing. Soap residues, lotions and ointments can cause skin irritation and material wear.
Wash the product by hand, preferably using a medi clean detergent, or in delicate cycle at 30°C using a mild detergent without fabric conditioners.
Do not bleach.
Leave to dry naturally.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.



0 – IV



Medicinska specifikationer


  • Conservative/post-operative after proximal humeral head, scapula or glenoid fractures and AC joint dislocations
  • Conservative with anterior shoulder luxation and chronic anterior subluxation as well as painful omarthrosis
  • Post-operative after shoulder stabilisations, rotator interval reconstruction, refixation of the biceps tendon anchor

Conservative and postoperative treatment of posterior shoulder luxation

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