Philosys DITH Neck Free Shoulder Abduction System

Philosys DITH Neck Free Shoulder Abduction System

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Philosys DITH Airplane Neck Free Shoulder/Arm Abduction System is the first shoulder and arm immobilization device designed to eliminate neck pain and frozen shoulder! Using our system, shoulder injury can be treated and studies show that frozen shoulder can be prevented with as little as 30 minutes a day of abducation positioning of the involved extremity.

The DITH Airplane Neck Free Shoulder/Arm Abduction System is a state-of-the-art device which allows you to have all of the benefits of an arm - shoulder airplane immobilizer with greater comfort and much less inconvenience. With no uncomfortable neck straps, our patented shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand multi-point immobilization system is easy to use, safe and fashionable. The integral support strut beam is the key to ultimate extremity support. It provides secure immobilization preventing shoulder motion and resists stress in abduction and adduction.

An Additional Benefit: the all in one system allows you to progressively increase motion and decrease or intermittently use the abduction piece to allow return to life, work and daily activities with support in situations which might endanger the optimal outcome of healing injury or post operative patient protocols. No Neck straps; that is correct, neck straps and therefore neck pain) and bulk are eliminated through our highly ergonomic design and lightweight but powerful material construction.


  • No neck straps
  • Easy to use
  • For all body types
  • Used on right or left side

Indications for Use:

  • Post-Operative rotator cuff, elbow and shoulder injuries
  • Rotator cuff tear and tendonitis at the shoulder
  • Adhesive capsulitis at the shoulder (Frozen Shoulder)
  • Cumulative trauma / Repetitive strain injury
  • Elbow fractures including radial head
  • Stroke and CVA recovery and residual hemiparesis
  • Brachial plexus injury (Thoracic Outlet Syndrome)
  • Brachial plexus traction injury
  • Acromioclavicular (AC) joint injury, dislocation or fracture
  • Humeral head (Shoulder) fractures
  • Clavicle fractures
  • Neck sprain and strain
  • Cervical radicular pain
  • Cervical nerve root injury
  • Bursitis about the shoulder and arm
  • Median, radial and ulnar neuropathy
  • Arthritis
  • Approved for HCPCS code L3960

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