Elastoplast Sport Adjustable Back Stabilizer
Elastoplast Sport Adjustable Back Stabilizer is a custom-fit lower back brace for pain and support in the lumbar (lower) area of the back. Suitable for a wide range of lower back problems, the Adjustable Back Stabilizer enables a comfortable, supportive fit using adjustable velcro straps.
Prevents injury or re-injury by compressing and stabilizing the lower back. Suitable for relieving pain from dysfunctions such as sciatica, herniated discs, spinal stenosis and scoliosis, spondylolisthesis and more.
Constructed with breathable, latex free materials that ensure comfort all day, even in warmer climates.
- Adjustable support and protection
- Relieve pain for strained or aching backs
- Breathable, latex-free, custom fit
- Prevent injury and re-injury to the lower back
Adjust velcro strap for custom fit and different level of support.
Fits medium to large backs 80 x 110cm's in circumference
Wear during activities that lead to discomfort. Seek medical advice if in doubt about the injury. Only use on clean, intact skin. The product should be applied as illustrated. Ensure product is not uncomfortably tight and blood flow is not restricted. Avoid wearing for prolonged periods e.g. whilst sleeping. Do not use if you have a known allergy to any of the specified materials. Consult a physician and stop use if a rash develops, pain is prolonged or if conditions worsen.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Will back brace help sciatica, lower back pain, herniated disc, posture, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, scoliosis?
Yes, a well fitted back brace can help relieve pain and aching from almost any lower back dysfunction. Elasticated or adjustable back braces are suitable for mild conditions or as supplementary pain-relief to professional medical treatment. By compressing and supporting the lumbar muscles, they can prevent over-extension and re-injury.
Severe back dysfunctions, especially involving the spine, will need professional medical attention and extra-rigid back support. If unsure, consult with your doctor.