Rugby Shoulder Support
Rugby is a high contact sport that will usually cause injuries whilst colliding with opposition players. The shoulder is the second most commonly injured joint in rugby after the knees. A study showed that 20% of rugby injuries are injuries to the shoulder. The most common shoulder injuries in rugby are usually dislocations, Acromioclavicular (AC) joint sprains, rotator cuff tear, and more. A direct fall or collision can cause shoulder dislocation and AC joint sprains; however, falling on an outstretched shoulder can cause rotator cuff tear.
STRONG ARM SUPPORT & STABILITY
360 Relief shoulder sling is designed to keep your arm suspended with or without a cast. Wearing a sling keeps your arm against your body and prevents you from moving your arm too much as you heal after injury.