Lumbar spine brace Smartspine LSO high

Stabilizing the lumbar spine

If you suffer from injuries concerning the lumbar spine the brace provides high stabilization and relieves the lumbar spine. Activating the muscular stabilization, it promotes the sensorimotor function and may relief pain.

Pulley system

The one-hand pulley system compresses and conforms to the individual patient’s anatomy. It provides compression for standing and sitting.

Pull cord

The pull cord is adjustable and ideal for an optimum anterior placement and individual adjustment.

Posterior panel

Molded posterior panel shaped to mimick the natural lumbar anatomy for a perfect fit.

Mesh corset and padding

The breathable anterior, posterior and lateral padding as well as the mesh corset contribute to increased patient compliance.

Lateral Panels

The side panels are moulded and offer stabilization for a lateral control.



Benefits at a glance

Individual adjustment

The pulley system maximizes abdominal compression with minimal pull force. It compresses and conforms to the individual patient’s anatomy. Besides the system may be worked one-handed and the pull cord is adjustablable – ensuring a high degree of patient compliance.

Ideal for individual treatment

The modular step-down system ensures individual treatment strategies pre-op, post-op and throughout rehabilitation.

Perfect fit

The posterior panel is molded and shaped to mimick the lumbar spine’s natural anatomy. Besides the pull cord is individually adjustable ensuring a perfect anatomical fit.

High degree of wearing comfort

The low profile design makes for a non-bulky design allowing for a high degree of wearing comfort underneath your clothing. Besides the corset is made of mesh and also padded with breathable pads. This again allows for a comfortable fit.

Indications

  • Stenosis of the lumbar spine
  • Degeneration of the lumbar intervertebral discs
  • Spondylolisthesis of the lumbar spine
  • Facet joint syndrome of the lumbar spine
  • Spondylolysis of the lumbar spine
  • Stable vertebral body fractures of the lumbar spine (with no neurological deficits)
  • Post-operative stabilization after spinal fusion
  • Mechanical low back/thoracic spine pain
  • Compression fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine (with no neurological deficits)
  • Thoracic/lumbar disc herniation

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