Sully AC Shoulder Support


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Convenient acromioclavicular joint protector

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Chattanooga Sully AC Shoulder Support is a convenient acromioclavicular joint protector. Its universal design fits both right and left shoulder. The breathable, hook-sensitive neoprene vest grips the skin to allow precise placement of the donut-shaped foam pad.


  • Chattanooga Sully AC Shoulder Support comes complete with vest, pad and adhesive-backed hook material
  • Hard-shelled foam pad helps to protect the AC joint from further injury
  • Adhesive-backed hook are applied to the foam pad to prevent migration
  • Restrictive and uncomfortable straps are not necessary
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Product Questions

I have EDS and use crutches full time, which results in a lot of shoulder soreness. Would this brace help? Would it be safe to use two at a time?
Question by: Cyrus on Aug 30, 2015, 5:21 PM
Thes shoulder supports are used for instability of the shoulders caused by Labrum tears, rotator cuff tears etc. You could wear the support for soreness as the support will provide compression and warmth. Bilateral braces are custom made
Answer by: Admin on Aug 30, 2015, 5:21 PM
I had ac joint surgery 4 months ago i go back to work next week im still in pain I'm a meat cutter I'm required to lift 50-100 pounds would any of your braces help me
Question by: Kimberly ream on Jan 6, 2016, 10:37 AM
We would only have something that will provide compression over the shoulder. Your shoulder is still healing so that pain while lifting that much weight might be normal, since it is not completely healed. I would recommend speaking to your surgeon and asking about the pain.
Answer by: Admin on Jan 6, 2016, 10:37 AM
Could I wear this while playing hockey to help prevent injury to ac joint after my surgery on it?
Question by: Maxwell on Jul 27, 2011, 1:01 AM
You should seek a physician's prescription for this product after surgery, however; yes many athletes do wear this product after an AC Separation.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 27, 2011, 1:01 AM
I have partial AC Shoulder tears on the right and left side. Both are of similar severity not quite requiring surgical repair yet. I want to avoid this if possible. Do you have a product or can you recommend a product that will work for both shoulders. I have a 54" chest so I don't think the XL will work adequately. Please let me know your thoughts. I am active and it can be extremely bothersome.
Question by: Neil on Nov 20, 2015, 6:31 AM
You will need a bilateral support and we do not sell them on this consumer site. Follow this link:
You can get the contact information for the local Don Joy rep who can help you with getting a bilateral shoulder stabilizer
Answer by: Admin on Nov 20, 2015, 6:31 AM
I am a soccer goalie and recently separated my AC joint. I was wondering when I dive will the brace cause pain if landing on it? Also will I have full range of motion?
Question by: Ann on Jul 15, 2015, 9:44 PM
Yes, the Chattanooga Sully AC Shoulder Support will allow for full range of motion. The pad over the AC joint should not be painful if you land on it,, however every injury is different so we cannot say for sure if it will be completely painless. It will help provide added protection when you take a fall, and soften the blow, its certainly safe to say it would be more painful to land on it without wearing the brace.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 15, 2015, 9:44 PM



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Small 34-38"
Medium 38-42"
Large 42-46"
X-Large 45-51"