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Skiing Shoulder Support

Shoulder Supports

As skiing is such a demanding sport, your shoulder can become incredibly vulnerable to injuries such as dislocations, rotator cuff tears, and shoulder fractures if it is not treated with utmost care. If you experience a shoulder injury from skiing, you may feel intense pain, joint stiffness, discomfort, and swelling around the affected area.

Adjustable Arm/Shoulder Sling Support for Fractured Arms Elbows Wrists and Pain Relief



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.

Double Shoulder Compression Brace Support for Injuries and Pain Relief


Keep shoulders warm

360 Relief Shoulder brace provides stable support and offers targeted compression. It is designed to warm your shoulders, which can effectively relieve discomfort.

Moreover, you may hear or feel popping noises when you move your arm and shoulder, as well as weakness in your shoulder and difficulty in carrying heavy objects with the affected arm. You may even experience chronic shoulder inflammation and find it difficult to use the injured arm if you do not seek immediate treatment. Your GP will examine your shoulder through physical exams, and they may ask about your symptoms to figure out the root cause of your injury.
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Imaging tests, such as X-rays or MRIs, may also be performed to diagnose the problem. Your GP will then start your treatment plan after the result of the tests. They may recommend some medication for pain, swelling, and inflammation, and suggest wearing shoulder support.

If you cannot avoid participating in sports, or if nonsurgical measures fail to relieve your pain, your doctor may suggest surgery, as the major reason for surgery is persistent pain and weakness. After surgery, you may also need to wear shoulder supports for protection and to ensure a fast recovery.

It is necessary to keep your muscles and tendons mobile to avoid shoulder injuries and re-injury in the future. You can consult a physiotherapist to help stabilise your shoulder joints and muscles. Heat therapy is also great for relaxing your muscles and helping you keep your shoulder joints mobile.

360 Relief offers a wide range of shoulder braces and supports to help prevent shoulder injuries, pain, and discomfort. They are available in a variety of different colours, lengths, and sizes to match your requirements. These supports provide the ideal balance of comfort, support and compression that allow you to relax and enjoy your activities.

Why Do My Shoulders Hurt After Skiing?

A rotator cuff tear is the most common injury skiers may experience. The injury involves jumping while skiing and results in shoulder pain. The injury may also get worse when skiers raise their hands and move their shoulders.

What Common Shoulder Injuries Can Skiers Face?

Skiers may face the following shoulder injuries:

  • Shoulder Fracture
  • Shoulder Dislocation
  • Rotator Cuff Tear (soft tissues injuries)
  • Acromioclavicular Separations
  • Clavicle Fractures
How Does A Shoulder Brace Help With Injury?

After a shoulder gets injured, you can use a shoulder brace to protect and support your shoulder during the healing process. Some braces help compress swollen joints and ease inflammation. Braces can also help injured muscles to take a break, resulting in a speedy recovery.

How to Choose the Best Shoulder Support?

A shoulder brace is supportive enough to compress the shoulder, which reduces inflammation and shoulder instability. Make sure that the shoulder brace is not tight enough to restrict blood circulation. Take the help of a professional trainer or healthcare advisor.

How to Prevent Shoulder Injuries in Skiing?

The given preventive measures can save your shoulder while skiing:

  • Do stretching and warm up your body before skiing
  • Wear protective equipment, such as shoulder supports
  • Do not wear heavy backpacks
  • Learn the skiing safety measures before skiing
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