Back Braces and Lumbar Supports that Alleviate Pain
National Brace and Splint offers a variety of back brace and lumbar support options that are ideal for alleviating a number of back and torso issues. Back problems can come in a variety of shapes and forms, ranging from genetic defects to sports injuries to stress injuries induced by weight gain or repetitive motions. No matter what type of back injury or condition you might be dealing with, National Brace and Splint has a back brace that can help unload pressure, realign your spine, reduce pain, and or allow your back to heal itself over time.
When the back is in pain, it can have a drastic effect upon your quality of life. Back injuries are very common and can be quite debilitating without proper care. The right back brace can help reduce the chance of requiring surgery to alleviate the pain caused by a back injury. Back braces can even help shape the spine of children born with scoliosis or other spinal defects. This external method of correcting the back's alignment can have a major impact upon quality of life and overall health in the years to come.
Treating your back right starts with proper support and quality care. Consult a doctor if you are dealing with chronic back pain or have suffered a back injury as these conditions can have serious impacts upon your overall health. A qualified physician can help you determine which type of back brace is appropriate for your condition or injury.
Lumbar Supports (Soft)
The lower spine is considered the lumbar region of the back. Lower back injuries and chronic pain are extremely common. Problems with the lumbar can come from sports injuries, sitting in chairs without proper ergonomic support, repetitive motions that place strain on the lower back, lifting heavy objects improperly, and a wide variety of other situations. National Brace and Splint offers a variety of lumbar support options to help patients manage their lumbar pain and recover from lumbar injuries.
Whether you need a support belt to protect your lumbar while lifting heavy objects, or extra support while playing a sport or sitting at your work desk, National Brace and Splint can provide you with the lumbar support that you need.
Lumbosacral Braces (Rigid)
Rigid lumbosacral braces offer a higher level of support than soft lumbar braces. A lumbosacral brace might be appropriate if you have suffered an acute back injury such as misaligning the discs in your lower back or fracturing a bone in your spinal column. Lumbosacral braces can also be an appropriate choice for people suffering from extreme lower back pain. These back supports come in a variety of sizes and styles that are designed to contour and to and properly shape the lower back so that pressure is alleviated, pain is reduced, and the back is allowed to heal quickly and properly.
The sacroiliac joints or SI joint is a joint in the pelvis that connects the sacrum and the ilium. These joints can become inflamed through repetitive motion, carrying excessive weight, and sports injuries. Sacroiliac belts help alleviate this pain by reducing pressure on the sacroiliac joint through circumferential compression. Sacroiliac belts can be an effective treatment for strains of the SI joint or arthritis that has affected the SI joint. National Brace and Splint offers a variety of SI belts that can offer relief and comfort for patients dealing with a wide range of sacroiliac issues.
Maternity, Posture, and Abdominal Braces
National Brace and Splint offers a wide range of back support options for people who are pregnant, suffer from poor posture, or otherwise could benefit from an abdominal brace. During pregnancy, women put on a significant amount of weight in a very short period of time. The particular distribution of a woman's pregnancy weight can have a major impact upon her back health if her stomach is not properly supported by a maternity brace. National Brace and Splint has a variety of maternity supports to help alleviate pressure on the stomach and back caused by pregnancy.
National Brace and Splint also offers a range of posture supporting back braces. Depending upon your unique posture, an appropriate back support can help you reduce pressure on your ribs, lumbar, upper back, or entire torso. Posture supports how can help correct posture and thus alleviate pain throughout the body. Good posture has an effect upon internal health as well as personal comfort. Browse through National Brace and Splint's variety of posture supports to find the right solution for your unique posture needs.
National Brace and Splint also carries abdominal braces that can be useful in a variety of situations. Post-pregnancy, an abdominal brace can help women regain the tautness of their abdominal skin. Abdominal braces can also help the body reform itself after liposuction or other abdominal surgery that affects the shape and elasticity of the torso skin. Additionally, abdominal braces can provide an extra level of support after operations that leave post-operative scar tissue on the abdomen or lower back. The abdomen is the core of the body and thus moves virtually every time any other part of the body moves. For this reason, abdominal supports can be extremely helpful in maintaining stability within the abdomen after an abdominal surgery such as an appendectomy, a Caesarian operation, or a hysterectomy.
TLSO stands for Thoraco-Lumbar Backbone Orthosis. A TLSO brace can help sufferers of compression fractures, lower back pain, spinal stenosis, back strain, excessive kyphosis, and osteoporosis relieve their pain and correct back injuries. TLSO brace options are designed to contour to the shape of individuals backs. These braces relieve pain by aligning the spine, placing compression on fractures to promote healing, and immobilizing the lower back in order to allow for rest and the alleviation of pressure. TLSO braces are designed to be ergonomic and stabilizing, providing a maximum level of strength and control for the lower back. Speak to a doctor to find out of a TSLO brace is the right choice for correcting your back injury or chronic pain concern.