Coated Foam Arm Support

March 15, 2020 - Comment

Rehabilitation Advantage Gray Coated Arm Support is a soft, open cell foam covered with a vinyl coating that elevates the user’s upper extremity. Simply place the user’s arm inside the contoured cavity. Having the arm comfortably elevated is key when it comes to reducing swelling and water retention, while also controlling edema. This arm support

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:30 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Rehabilitation Advantage Gray Coated Arm Support is a soft, open cell foam covered with a vinyl coating that elevates the user’s upper extremity. Simply place the user’s arm inside the contoured cavity. Having the arm comfortably elevated is key when it comes to reducing swelling and water retention, while also controlling edema. This arm support has multiple uses. It can be used when reclining on a sofa chair, resting in bed, or using in a therapy room while recovering from surgery of an injury. The versatile design makes for this arm support to be used by right or left-handed users. Overall, this arm support is soft, yet firm enough to provide a reliable surface for resting a user’s arm. It is easy to clean and competitively priced while ensuring long-lasting use and superior durability.

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Product Features

  • Soft contoured foam provides substantial arm support for the user by keeping one’s arm relaxed and elevated in a comfortable position
  • Designed to control edema and reduce swelling, water retention, and pain relief
  • Securely position the user’s arm inside the curved cavity; can be used by right or left-handed users
  • Compact design makes for this arm support to be used in bed, on a table, desk, lapboard, or in a hospital therapy room for resting a patient’s arm while recovering from surgery or an injury
  • Open cell foam is covered with a durable vinyl coating to ensure continuous use; competitively priced and used by people of all ages and abilities

Comments

Anonymous says:

A must have. Generally a must to have when drawing patients on wheelchair .

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