Clasby Shoulder Humeral Brace

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The Clasby Humeral Brace is clinically proven to control and manage pain while providing compression for full contact support maintaining the integrity of the skin more than traditional rigid braces. The brace supplies traction and provides mild abduction to control and aid with pain management. The brace is easy to apply, enhancing compliance and promotes early rehabilitation.

The Clasby is made from a breathable and antibacterial Bioprene™ material and available in a left or right design. The chest straps distribute weight across the body while the duel pull compression straps apply compression to prevent the rotation of a fracture. The 6 easy to remove metal or plastic stays exert pressure equally to stabilise the fracture and is trimmable around the elbow to provide a custom fit. An extension piece is provided to accommodate oedema and the brace comes with a collar and cuff.

In 2011 a Clinical trial study was published which you can read here.

Indications for use of Claby Brace

»  Mid and proximal diaphyseal fractures

Features and benefits Clasby Brace

»  Maintains integrity of the skin more than traditional rigid braces
»  The chest strap distributes weight across the body whilst not impinging on the breast area, especially in females
»  It supplies traction and provides mild abduction to control and manage pain
»  Easy to apply, enhancing compliance and promote early rehabilitation
»  There are 6 easy to remove metal stays that exert pressure equally to stabilise the fracture
»  Trimmable around the elbow to provide a more customised fit
»  There are 2 dual pull compression straps to apply compression and prevent rotation of the fracture
»  Extension piece provided to accommodate oedema

Additional information

Size

XS, S, M, L, XL

Left/Right

Left, Right

Colour

Black

Stays

Metal, Plastic

Downloads

Clasby Shoulder Humeral Brace Sell Sheet
Clasby Shoulder Humeral Brace Fitting Instruction
Clasby brace Clinical trial published study