How does the back relief belt work?
Back relief belt is designed to reduce lower back pain and support L1-l5 lumbar vertebrae of verbebral column. The belt provides support for the waist and reduces compression of the lower lumbar spine to reduce lower back pain, fatigue and lumbar disc pain.
There are four pieces of supportive bone in the lumbosacral back support. So, the bones support the lower back and decompress the pressure between lumbar vertebra to ease lower back fatigue, tension and pain. Also, the back splint is with breathable elastic mesh bands. Then it is adjustable to meet your demand, and you can wear it for a long time in spring, summer and autumn. Also, the bands are elastic. They can wrap the waist firmly and tighten the muscles to protect the waist from injury and sprain.
Description of lumbosacral support
|Product Model||Back relief belt D02|
|Material||Spandex, polyester, bone|
|Bone||4 pieces of AL bone|
|Type||Mesh band type|
|Feature||Elastic, adjustable, breathable|
|Function||Keep right posture; relieve back pain|
Details of back splint
The lumbosacral support comes in one-piece type. Then, it can be used easily and portable for daily life
Mesh fabric band
The back relief belt is with breathable mesh bands to make it suitable for wearing for a long time in spring and summer
There are 4 pieces of bones in the back splint. They provide support to decompress the lumbar vertebrae and prevent the edge from rolling
The edge of the back brace is with neat stitches to make the brace washable and durable
Features of backache support belts
#Double-layer design for adjustable compression
#Breathable mesh fabric lets you wear the brace in spring and summer
#Ventilated material for breathability and comfort
#Built-up flexible stays provide additional support and prevent the edge rolling
#Four pliable metal splints are perfect to the curve of your waist to give the belt waist care
How to use
Step1 Let the brace around the waist. Be sure the four metal splints are on each side of the spineStep2 Adjust the brace to the desired compression and secure the hook and loop strap to the front of the braceStep3 Pull the elastic reinforcement straps to tighten