There are two joints in your lower back, and they sit on each side of your spine. Their main job is to carry the weight of your upper body when you stand or walk and shift that load to your legs. They can get too loose and also get stuck.
Maybe you have a leg that is longer than the other? That could be a cause it for sure. Sometimes you start hurting when the ligaments that hold your SI joint together are damaged, which may make the joint move abnormally.
The pain starts when your SI joint gets inflamed. It could hurt it when you play sports or if you fall down. You might also get this problem from an activity that gives the area a regular pounding, like jogging and even walking.
When the SI joint is “hypermobile” or too loose, a brace about the size of a wide belt can be wrapped around the pelvis to stabilize the area. Finding the perfect spot for the brace to be fit on the body will make a huge difference.
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The SacroLoc Back Brace provides correct support for sacroiliac joint syndrome and pain, stabilizing and relieving pressure on the pelvis and symphysis.
With its two-part visco-elastic cushion (pad), it also massages the sacroiliac joints, stimulating circulation and helping the healing process.
This back brace specifically targets the sacroiliac joints, providing direct tension and pain relief. It is anatomically contoured, ensuring a proper fit and effect during every movement. The non-elastic knitted fabric and individually adjustable tension straps provide excellent control of movement of the lumbar spine and SI joint.
The SacroLoc Back Brace is designed for maximum comfort and convenience. It features practical fastening with widened finger loops, making it easier to don and doff. The slimmer, flatter fastening with soft edges creates a low profile design for better comfort, while the breathable material ensures sufficient air circulation to the skin.
SacroLoc is barely noticeable under clothing, thanks to its flat, anatomical fit. The amount of pressure relief provided by the orthosis can be controlled individually using the tensioning straps. It is also easy to wash and care for - simply remove the back pad and close all Velcro fasteners before washing.
Serola Sacroiliac Belt is designed for postural support, pre- and post-pregnancy, sprained SI ligament, hyper-mobility, spasm, and pain in the muscles.
It features extra-strong double-pull elastic and thin, cotton webbing with a non-slip mesh for optimal support and comfort.
The hook-and-loop closure ensures a secure and customized fit, and the belt is latex-free, making it safe for those with latex allergies.
The belt's design provides effective support to the sacroiliac joint, reducing pain and discomfort in the lower back and pelvic area. It can be used for a variety of conditions, including postural support, pre- and post-pregnancy, sprained SI ligament, hyper-mobility, spasm, and pain in the muscles.
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is also easy to wear and convenient to use, making it an ideal choice for those with active lifestyles. It is packaged in plastic clam shells, ensuring it is protected during transportation and storage.
Overall, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt is an effective and comfortable solution for those experiencing SI joint problems and hyper-mobility. It provides the necessary support to reduce pain and discomfort, making it an essential tool for anyone seeking relief from these conditions.
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