Reclaim Your Mobility with the Pull-Easy™
The Pull-Easy™ Shoulder Pulley system is specially designed for those with limited grasping ability due to injuries within the shoulder complex or central nervous system. With its grip-free hold and pillow-soft foam wrist support, it gently kickstarts the process of restoring range-of-motion to the shoulder.
Included in your purchase is a choice of a compact, portable metal bracket or webbing door strap attachment, plus a comprehensive guide designed for both individual and caregiver-assisted exercise.
Your comfort and recovery are our top priorities. The Pull-Easy™ Shoulder Pulley is more than a tool - it's your partner on the path to better mobility and improved quality of life. Discover the Pull-Easy™ difference today.
Relax and let the healing begin. Our grip-free sling keeps your hand in a neutral, thumbs-up position, extending your range of motion and allowing your shoulder joint to completely relax during exercise. Designed for the ultimate comfort and efficacy in post-surgery recovery.
Built to last. Our custom pulley features a zinc-coated metal housing that remains unscathed over time. Experience smooth, effortless movement with our self-lubricating nylon roller - a testament to our dedication to quality and your recovery.
Easy Install Attachments
Choose from a metal bracket or a nylon web strap to easily attach the pulley system to the top of any door. Both are designed to fit most 2-inch doors without causing damage.
Adjustable Length and Easy Storage
Flexibility at your fingertips. The wooden handle allows for easy adjustment of the 77-inch cord length, catering to your comfort and unique needs. Plus, it's easy to store when not in use.
Comprehensive Therapy Guide
Your guide through the healing process. The Pull-Easy™ Shoulder Pulley comes with a comprehensive patient guide, perfect for leading you through exercises and aiding your rehabilitation journey.
Ideal for those recovering from a myriad of conditions, including:
- Stroke survivors
- Mastectomy patients
- Rotator cuff surgery patients
- People suffering from frozen shoulder