ARC® 2.0 Shoulder Brace

Key Features

  • Brace positions include gunslinger, neutral plane and external rotation
  • Universal sling design to fit every patient with one brace
  • Unique pistol grip adjusts with quick-pull tabs and keeps the arm from migrating forward out of the sling
  • Optional underarm strap relieves pressure on the neck for larger patients and patients positioned in external rotation
  • One-hand buckles ease patient reapplication
  • Cold therapy cutout in the sling
  • HCPCS L3960


Breg ARC® 2.0 Shoulder Brace

The ARC ® 2.0 shoulder brace from Breg has a universal fit that can be worn on the right or left arm and is one size fits all. The brace is made from lightweight, breathable materials. It is suitable for post-op or non-surgical conditions that require specific arm positioning. The signature aluminum waistband is moldable to each patient’s unique torso shape and prevents anterior migration that is common with shoulder braces.


Universal fit, universal left or right.

Typical Indications

Soft-tissue strains, anterior shoulder dislocation, posterior shoulder dislocation, non or minimally displaced proximal humerus fractures, low-grade AC-Joint dislocations, non or minimally displaced clavicle fractures, brachial plexus injuries or other paralytic or neurologic injuries to the upper extremity, pectoral tendon rupture and distal biceps rupture, rotator cuff repairs, Bankart and capsular shift procedures, bone block or latarjet reconstructions for anterior shoulder instability, Shoulder replacement CRIF or ORIF of proximal humerus fractures, AC-Joint stabilization of acute and chronic injury, AC-Joint instabilities, proximal biceps tenodesis, SLAP Repairs, ORIF clavicle fractures,  reverse shoulder arthroplasty, humeral shaft fractures, scapular fractures, SC joint separation, UCL reconstruction of the elbow and other elbow fracture indications.

Arc 2.0 Manual.pdf
Arc 2.0 Under Arm Strap Manual.pdf
  • "Using ER bracing after arthroscopic shoulder stabilization surgery, we found reliable and relatively quick return of motion, high scores for pain and function, and an apparently low risk of recurrent instability during the first year after surgery. We observed a close correlation between ROM recovery and patient-reported functional outcomes…" — Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2014 Aug;472(8):2389-96.
  • In a prospective multicenter randomized clinical trial comprising 198 patients with a first-time dislocation the recurrence rate in the external rotation group (26%) was found to be significantly lower than that in the internal rotation group (42%)." — Arch Bone Jt Surg. 2016 Apr;4(2):104-8.


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