Who needs to wear a waist support?
You can try to wear any of the following:
1. When acute trauma such as lumbar fractures, acute lumbar sprains, etc., require lumbar braking.
2. Lumbar muscle strain, low back muscle fasciitis, etc., when sudden acute pain occurs.
3. Lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spondylolisthesis, etc., when sudden acute pain occurs.
4. After the operation on the lumbar spine, it is necessary to get up early for rehabilitation exercise.
5. When people who work in the same posture for a long time need a lumbar support to share the pressure of the lower back muscles.
How to wear a lumbar support?
After choosing the right lumbar support, you need to pay attention to wearing it correctly. Patients are generally required to wear a lumbar support when they get up and do not need to wear a lumbar support when sleeping on the bed. It should be noted that in order to save trouble, many patients with low back pain get up from the bed and wear a lumbar support. This is actually not the most appropriate method. The correct method is: wear a lumbar support on the bed. When wearing it, it is not as tight as possible. The elasticity should be such that one finger can be extended on both sides of the waist. Then the lateral decubitus position is supported by one upper limb to sit up. It should be emphasized that after wearing the lumbar support, it is necessary to ensure that the three-point support can be completed. Too short a lumbar support has no effect.
How long is the waist belt suitable?
There is no uniform opinion on the time of wearing the lumbar support. It is mainly based on the specific condition. Different diseases have different requirements for wearing the lumbar support. It is generally recommended to wear it for about 3 months, and the maximum time is not more than 6 months. Lumbar support as a treatment measure, wearing it for too long is prone to weaken the strength of the core muscle group and limited spinal activity, so it is not advocated as a long-term treatment option.
The most common in our daily life is acute low back pain, which is often referred to as flash to the waist. For patients with acute low back pain (less than 6 months), applying a lumbar support for a short time (1 to 3 weeks), the treatment effect Relatively accurate.
Introduction of Lumbar Support
OTS-BK013 Pulley Spinal Supports has a novel double-sided pulley pull rope, which can flexibly adjust the elasticity of the waist support through the pulley pull rope on both sides, suitable for the needs of wearers of different body types. At the same time, only a small adjustment can increase the support and compression of the spine to the sacral tail, bringing the ideal support effect for the patient. The panel and the lightweight mesh conform to the patient's lumbar physiology and the curved contour of the abdomen, providing maximum comfort and control.
The typical indications of Pulley Spinal Supports include spinal-related symptoms such as degenerative diseases of the lumbar spine, herniated intervertebral discs, lower back pain, sprained lumbar muscles, and chronic low back pain.
The use of lumbar support can support spinal stabilization, limit physical activity, reduce waist pain, promote spinal bone healing, and prevent complications related to body posture.