TLSO Brace

Ortino TLSO medical belt has a great effect on the spine, back and lumbar intervertebral discs, sacrum and adjacent muscles, and is considered a suitable product to support and maintain the spine vertebrae in an optimal condition. This belt has several important advantages.

Ortino TLSO medical belt has a great effect on the spine, back and lumbar intervertebral discs, sacrum and adjacent muscles, and is considered a suitable product to support and maintain the spine vertebrae in an optimal condition. This belt has several important advantages.

INDICATIONS

• Kyphosis

• Mild Scoliosis – Lordosis

• Spinal Compression Fracture

• Intervertebral disc herniation

• Chronic Back Pain

• Pre & Post-Surgery Pain

• Postural Alignment

• Osteoarthritis

• Spinal Stenosis

• Osteoporosis

• Swayback

FEATURES

• height adjustable mechanism

• Back Support Jacket Relieves a Variety of Conditions

• Pulley system to apply uniform force

• Adjustable Belt Wings: Modifiable belt accommodates varying patient body structures for optimal fit.

• Modular Design: Step-up / Step-down design allows for single brace use through rehabilitation and recovery.

• Lightweight, Breathable Mesh Material

• Easily Adjustable Support

FAQ
Most braces come with a set of cleaning instructions that you should follow. For most of them, a mild soap or laundry detergent and cold water will do the trick. Allow the brace to air-dry; in most cases, it shouldn’t go in the clothes dryer.
Made of material that wicks away moisture and featuring stays that help prevent rolling, our lumbosacral supports are durable and long-lasting. Back Support Beltsfor Back Pain – Lumbosacral, Lumbar, Sacroiliac & Lower Back Support Belts.
Wearing a brace as prescribed by your physician, may provide relief, promote healing, and help prevent future problems. Back braces can: Immobilize injured areas and assist in recovery. Stabilize areas of weakness immediately after surgery.
Common times a back brace can help. While lifting heavy objects — If you frequently lift heavy loads, then you should wear a back brace to assist in correct posture and form. Remember to bend from your knees and not your back so that your legs do most of the work. Lifting with your back can cause pain and injury.