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LordoLoc
The LumboLoc back brace is anatomically contoured knit that ensures individual adaptation to the patient’s shape for maximum comfort. The practical hand straps allow the support to be fitted easily. Anatomically contoured corset stays incorporated at the back facilitate a correct posture in the area of the lumbar spine while permitting problem free individual adaption to the patient’s shape. Indications can include lumbar syndrome, degeneration/muscular insufficiency of the spine and facet syndrome.
LumboLoc Forte
The LumboLoc Forte back brace is anatomically contoured knit that ensures individual adaptation to the patient’s shape for maximum comfort. It has an adjustable function strap that permits individual adjustment of the force exerted with respect to location and intensity and supports the effect of the pad. The back pad can be adapted to the correct position to exert continuous, extensive massage of the back muscles. The practical hand straps allow the support to be fitted easily. Anatomically contoured corset stays incorporated at the back facilitate a correct posture in the area of the lumbar spine while permitting problem free individual adaption to the patient’s shape. Indications can include lumbar syndrome, degeneration/muscular insufficiency of the spine and facet syndrome.
SacroLoc
The SacroLoc is a stabilizing brace for relief of the pelvis and the sacroiliac joints. It has a two part friction pad for a targeted effect. The combination of elastic and inelastic fabric and functional straps allows for the degree of stabilization to be individually adjusted. It’s anatomical shape makes for extreme comfort and a secure fit. Indications for this brace include Sacroiliac joint syndrome, osteoarthritis, instability and dysfunction as well as Myalgia and tendinopathy in the pelvic area.
SofTec Lumbo/Dorso
The SofTec Lumbo back brace can be adapted to permit a three stage treatment regimen. Stage 1 is a stabilization phase, Stage 2 is a mobilization phase where the shell can be removed and the textile element in the affected lumbosacral area is reinforced. Stage 3 is the activity phase when the patient’s activity increases and CFR rods are replaced by corset rods reducing the external supportive effect.