Airway Surgical OTC Angora Shoulder Warmer White -  AWS-79030
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Airway Surgical OTC Angora Shoulder Warmer White

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Airway Surgical OTC Angora Shoulder Warmer White

The OTC 79030 angora lower back warmer allows the skin to breath, it absorbs moisture, and maintains steady temperature at the skin surface for all-day wearing comfort. Angora wool is the lightest of all natural fibers - the hollow structure of the fibers makes it ideal for thermal clothing.

Angora Shoulder Warmer Specs

  • Lightweight, natural insulation 
  • Seven times warmer than wool 
  • Helps maintain a steady temperature at the skin surface 
  • Breathable, moisture absorbent, comfortable to wear 
  • Latex free

What is Angora Wool?

Angora wool is the lightest of all natural fibers. The hollow structure of its fibers make it ideal for thermal clothing. It is comfortable to wear next to the skin, allowing the skin to breathe but absorbing moisture and maintaining a steady temperature at the skin's surface. Angora warmers have beneficial therapeutic effects for arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, back problems or any other pain affecting the joints. 

How to measure and apply Shoulder Warmer

SMALL 30” - 34” (76 - 86 cm)
MEDIUM 34” - 38” (86 - 96.5 cm)
LARGE 38” - 42” (96.5 - 107 cm)
X-LARGE 42” - 46” (107 - 117 cm)

Measuring Instructions

A. Measure around the chest.

Application Instructions

1. Slip over each arm so that the warmer rests comfortably on the shoulders. 

Medical Applications

Maintaining heat around the joint

Maintaining heat around the soft tissues of the joint


What is Arthritis?

Arthritis is an inflammation of a joint and can occur anywhere in the body. Symptoms are primarily joint pain and stiffness, which often worsen with age.Arthritis can be caused by heredity, abnormal metabolism, joint injury or infection, or by an immune system dysfunction. The two most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.



With osteoarthritis (OA) the flexible tissue (cartilage) that cushions the ends of bones wears down. Along with joint injury, heredity and muscle weakness, advancing age is a factor for developing OA. People over 45 years or older are the majority affected by the disease. By the age of 60 most people have OA somewhere in their joints, usually in the knee.

Rheumatoid Arthritis


With rheumatoid arthritis, the body’s immune system attacks the joint linings, causing painful swelling. Over time this can cause bone erosion and joint deformity. Physiotherapy and medication can help slow the disease’s progression, and joint warmers can offer relief from painful symptoms.


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