Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA)


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Recommended for those with shoulder instabilities in contact sports where shoulder pads are worn
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Is the Shoulder Pad Attachment right for me?

Designed for those in contact sports who wear shoulder pads with glenohumeral instabilities. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

With the increasing physical demands placed on contact athletes, the need for cooler and more advanced shoulder joint protection has increased dramatically. As such, DJ Orthopedics is very pleased to announce the launch of the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA). This product was designed with Dr. Tom Sawa and Mr. Tory Aggeler, MA ATC/L and is based on the proven efficacy of the Shoulder Stabilizer.

DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA)

The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA) Features & Benefits

  • Designed to protect against abduction, external and internal rotation
  • Range of Motion control can be customized with easy strap adjustments
  • Adjustable for athletes specific needs without unnecessary restriction
  • Comfortable - nothing to poke or rub during play
  • Easy to Use - Arm cuff and straps attach directly to the shoulder pads which remain attached when not in use.
  • Player can attach it themselves
  • Cool - just an arm band, no chest vest.
  • Excellent for hot summer months
  • Universal design - Five sizes for the perfect fit

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Product Questions

my son has loose shoulders that tend to pop out to the back. Will this brace help secure his shoulder and help it to keep it from popping out.
Question by: Dina Peak on Aug 6, 2010, 9:04 AM
Hello Dina!

Thank you for your question!

The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA) will definitely help prevent the shoulders from "popping out".
Answer by: Admin on Aug 6, 2010, 9:04 AM
My son dislocated his shoulder last year. The dislocation went down while making a tackle in football. He is a receiver and is concerned that any brace will limit his ability to reach above his head or to the side to catch the ball. Do you make a brace that would be affective but also allow for freedom of movement for this position?
Question by: Rick McDiarmid on Sep 1, 2010, 11:03 AM
Hello Rick,

Unfortunately any shoulder brace will limit the range of motion slightly, however the brace will also serve to remind the player of an existing injury as well as providing support The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer and the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment are both designed to be worn during contact sports, such as football.
Answer by: Admin on Sep 1, 2010, 11:03 AM
My son is also a WR/CB, he dislocated his shoulder whilemaking a tackle. How much limited motion will there be using this product? I am looking for extra padding to ease his mind and Mom's to get him back in the Game.....

Thank you for your time,
Question by: Shawn on Oct 1, 2010, 5:16 AM
Hello Shawn

There will be some limitation in motion as when wearing any brace. However the DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA) is excellent at preventing further dislocation, and will help raise awareness of the potential to dislocate.
Answer by: Admin on Oct 1, 2010, 5:16 AM
My son plays competitive ice hockey as a forward at a high level. He is a physical player who has endured shoulder surgery on each shoulder due to a torn labrum. Do you make a brace for both shoulders and if so, which brace would you recommend for his sport and situation? Furthermore, can the recommended brace be customized to fit in a pair of hockey shoulder pads and who would you suggest we reach out to get this done asap in Colorado?

Question by: Steve on Sep 29, 2014, 2:03 PM
Bilateral shoulder stabilizers are made as a custom brace so you would need to see a DJO Sales rep to get this done. You can find your local sales rep by following this link:
Which brace depends on what you want the brace to do and what motions do you need the brace to limit. The Shoulder stabilizer will only limit shoulder abduction and exteral rotation, but the Sully will limit multi-directional instabilities. The DonJoy Sales rep should be able to help you choose if you tell them what type of surgery your son has had
Answer by: Admin on Sep 29, 2014, 2:03 PM
my son plays two tackel he had a sever shoulder seperation last year his shoulder pops out when he extends his arm high but pops right back in what brace would be best
Question by: howard on Mar 7, 2014, 8:20 AM
Thank you for your question. DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer Shoulder Pad Attachment (SPA) would be a good brace if your son is a line man. If he needs more range of motion the DonJoy Sully Shoulder Stabilizer would be a better option. If you have any further questions, please feel free to call us.
Answer by: Admin on Mar 7, 2014, 8:20 AM



Measurements around center of flexed bicep muscle 

M 13.1" - 14.5"
L 14.6" - 16"
XL 16.1" - 18"
XXL 18.1" - 20"
XXXL 20.1" - 22"