An arm sling holds the forearm in a raised or horizontal position and can support an injured upper arm, forearm, and wrist. The sling is also a useful visual warning to others that someone is injured.
The sling helps support your arm after injury or surgery on the arm, shoulder, or collarbone. Some people only need it for a short period of time, while others will wear a sling for many weeks. Regardless of how you ended up with it, wearing a shoulder sling can be a challenge.
If you had surgery, you will likely wear the sling until your follow-up appointment. You will gradually decrease your sling use. As you heal from an injury or surgery, you may only need it while awake, or at night, or as needed for comfort. While wearing your sling, move your fingers and wrist several times a day to prevent stiffness.
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