Adjustable thoracolumbar fixation brace-pull rope inflatable
Before the development of surgery and appliances, thoracolumbar fractures were only treated with bed rest and braces; today, there are many surgical methods and appliances, but braces are still the mainstream treatment method for many thoracolumbar fractures. When considering the surgical or non-surgical treatment of thoracolumbar fractures, the neurological status of the patient is very important. When the patient has a neurological deficit after a thoracolumbar fracture, non-surgical treatment is not appropriate. Unstable fractures, such as fracture displacement, flexion separation injury, severe burst fracture with a fractured bone mass protruding into the spinal canal, require emergency intervention. For patients with complete spinal cord injury, surgery can stabilize the condition and help patients move as soon as possible, but there is less hope for neural function recovery. For patients with incomplete injury or worsened neurological function, surgery can help fix the spine, preserve and regain neurological function. For patients with normal neurological function, non-surgical treatment should be selected according to the type of fracture and the condition of ligament damage. Fractures of non-weight-bearing structures, such as spinous process or transverse process fractures, are relatively stable and rarely use surgical intervention; analgesia and brace treatment can be given. In rare cases, the transversal process impacts the nerve root, causing radiculopathy, which requires surgery. Anterior wedge fracture is another type of fracture that does not require surgery. It can be treated with braces for 2 to 3 months.
Applicable symptoms of adjustable spine support:
Braking protection for acute injuries of the spine (except cervical spine)
Thoracolumbar vertebral body and its soft tissue fixation
Conservative treatment of the thoracolumbar vertebral bone injury
Thoracolumbar vertebral body and soft tissue injury rehabilitation training
Controlling flexion, extension, lateral flexion and rotation of the thoracolumbar spine
Adjustable thoracolumbar vertebral fixation braces are mostly used for waist diseases that need to restrict waist movement. It is sometimes used to treat low back pain and lumbar disc herniation, after disc herniation, and after spinal fusion. Can also be used to treat central lumbar spine fractures (such as thoracolumbar fractures, spondylolisthesis, disc herniation, vertebral tuberculosis, osteoporosis, etc.)
Product features of adjustable thoracolumbar fixation brace:
This product has good conformability, adjustable girth, a large range of fit, ergonomically designed front and rear guards, providing stability and support for the lumbar spine, and strong structural strength. Good control. The inner pad can be removed and washed with side hook-and-loop adjustment straps, which can strengthen and stabilize the waist support and make it more conformable.