Extension brace Smartspine TLSO

Extension brace Smartspine TLSO

Straightening and stabilizing the thoracic spine

If you suffer from pain in the thoracic spine area the brace provides an active straightening of the thoracic spine and relieves it by thoracic postural extension alignment. It activates the muscular stabilization, promotes the sensorimotor function and may relief pain.

Anterior panel

The anterior panel is removable and provides a two-step adaption option in terms of stabilization

Shoulder straps

The shoulder straps are soft and padded providing a high degree of wearing comfort.

Spinal relief cut-out

The posterior spinal relief cut-out extending from inferior of scapula to sacrococcygeal junction for pressure relief on the spine.

Pulley system

The one-hand pulley system compresses and conforms to the individual patient’s anatomy.

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 works with one hand and the pull cord is adjustable allowing for a high degree of comfort and individual adaptability.

Easy and quick adaption

The thoracic adjustment works tool free and linear. Besides there are articulating sternal pads included allowing for quick and easy adjustment.

Relief and immobilization of the spine

The triplanar motion control for the anterior, posterior and lateral region ensures a high degree of stabilization and compression resulting in relief and immobilization.

Indications

  • Mechanical thoracic spine pain
  • Mechanical thoracic kyphosis (hunchback) (without fused vertebrae)
  • Scheuermann's disease
  • Compression fractures of the thoracic spine (with no neurological deficits)
  • Severe degeneration of the thoracic and/or lumbar spine
  • Stable traumatic fractures of the thoracic and/or lumbar vertebral bodies
  • Severe disc degeneration of the thoracic and/or lumbar spine
  • Facet joint syndrome of the thoracic spine

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