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EVS SB02 Shoulder Support EVS SB02 Shoulder Support EVS SB02 Shoulder Support StuDub Used for surfing: Great Product!"I Absolutely love these braces. I don't ride MX but have used brace for surfing and ...""I Absolutely love these braces. I don't ride MX but have used brace for surfing and snowboarding. Gives piece of mind for repeat dislocation sufferers like myself. Highly recommended. Saltwater took toll on item and the neoprene wore out within a year."
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EVS SB03 Shoulder Support EVS SB03 Shoulder Support EVS SB03 Shoulder Support Biker (Tallahassee, FL, USA) Shoulder Support"I work in a industrial lab and use a lot f arbor press and ther equipment that require ...""I work in a industrial lab and use a lot of arbor press and other equipment that require over head movement. This product helps support my shoulder during long hours of repeat movement. Thanks Fred D."
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Shock Doctor 842 Shoulder Strap Support Shock Doctor 842 Shoulder Strap Support Shock Doctor 842 Shoulder Strap Support Kramer Shock Doctor 842 Shoulder Strap Support"The directions of the shoulder straps are not properly angled for maintaining the proper ...""The directions of the shoulder straps are not properly angled for maintaining the proper relationship between the Glenoid and Humeral head which make up the shoulder joint stabilized by the rotator cuff.I have had to improvise with additional straps placed in more effective positions. It's still less than optimal to properly position the shoulder joint/rotator cuff complex.If the user has a partially dislocated shoulder or stretched/sprained rotator cuff, the strapping does not optimally pull the humeral head up and into the shoulder 'socket.' That is, the strap configuration does not properly maintain or optimize the relationship between the 'socket' and the Humeral head.The designers of this have not properly analyzed the vectors! They should verify their design with a trained physical therapist, an Orthopedist. and a Physical Medicine physician.For now before a redesign, additional long straps should be included with the product with recommendations for placement by including pictures with anatomical references.Overall, I think your design is headed in the right direction, and I am personally looking forward to version 2.0, so don't be discouraged. Rather be inspired.Good LuckCarl L Kramer MDkramer.carl@rcn.com"
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