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SacroLoc

Price £152.40 incl.VAT

The Bauerfeind SacroLoc Back Support is a great option for relief of the pelvis and the sacroiliac joints. Sacroiliac joint dysfunction accounts for 25% of all cases of back pain in the lumbar spine area, and it can cause great pain and discomfort for those afflicted by it. Joint and muscle problems in the pelvis and lower back can also cause extreme pain, and have a real impact on performance during sport, and even the quality of daily life.

With the SacroLoc, a combination of elastic and non-elastic knit stabilises and relieves pressure on this zone, while a two-part pad on the back massages pain spots. This stimulates circulation at certain points, relieving cramps and helping to release tension.

The SacroLoc Back Support can provide the correct support for sacroiliac joint syndrome (SI joint syndrome), loosening of the symphysis or other pain or complaints of the locomotor system in the pelvic region. It stabilizes and relieves pressure on the pelvis and symphysis and, with its two-part cushion (pad), massages the sacroiliac joints. This stimulates circulation, thus helping the healing process.

With its anatomical fit, the support is barely noticeable under clothing, and it is made of a breathable material for maximum comfort.

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SKU: PH-BSL
Category: Bauerfeind, Neck & Back
Tags: back brace, back support, Bauerfeind, brace, tax-exempt
Description

The SacroLoc Support is great for conditions such as:
• Sacroiliac (SI) joint syndrome
• SI joint arthrosis
• SI joint instability
• SI joint blockage
• Myalgia and tendinopathy in pelvic region
• Pelvic ring instability
• Structural disturbance following lumbar spinal fusion
• Targeted effect in the lumbar region

Features and Benefits of the Bauerfeind SacroLoc BackSupport
• Stabilizes and relieves pressure
• Specifically targets the sacroiliac joints
• Can be individually adjusted with tensioning straps
• Reduces cramps and helps relieve tension in the sacroiliac region
• Amount of pressure can be controlled individually using tensioning straps

 

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