Brace for stabilisation and relief the pelvis and sacroiliac joint
The Lumbamed sacro is an orthosis for the stabilisation and stress relief of the pelvis and sacroiliac joints. It is used, among other things, during blocking or instability of the sacroiliac joints (SIJ) and SIJ syndrome. With its modular construction, it can be customised according to the onset of pain and degree of activity. The flexibly adjustable massage pads allow precision relief at points of pain. If the stabilisation and stress relief is sufficient with only the elastic comfort knit, this can be worn ideally, with the additional fastener, overnight.
Pain relief via stabilisation and taking the load off the pelvis and sacroiliac joints
Precision relief at points of pain in the SIJ area via flexibly adjustable massage pads
In principle, this brace can be worn for the whole day. The length of time that the brace is worn should, however, be based upon the individual’s own requirements and the way that their body feels. The brace should be removed for long sedentary periods (i.e. if you are sitting down for a long time, driving or sleeping).
If you experience excessive pain or your condition worsens whilst wearing the brace, stop wearing the product immediately and contact your doctor or the medical supply store.
The brace can also be worn in water. Please wash this product thoroughly with clear water and observe the instructions for care.
Band: Polyamide, polyester, elastane, viscose
The pads should be removed before washing. If necessary, the pads can be cleaned with a dampened cloth. Please fasten all hook and loop fastener before washing. Fats, oils, lotions and balms can damage the material and impair the Clima Comfort effect. Soap residue can lead to inflammation of the skin and deterioration of the material.
Wash the product by hand, preferably with mediclean soap, or in a delicate wash cycle at 30°C with mild detergent and without fabric conditioner.
- Allow to air-dry.
- Do not bleach.
- Do not iron.
- Do not dry-clean.
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- Sacroiliac joint arthritis
- Sacroiliac joint instability
- Muscle pain and tendon disease in the pelvic region
- Pelvic ring instability
- Structural issues following lumbar spinal fusion
- Where locking of the sacroiliac joint is recurrent
- For recurring muscle and tendon disease (rectus abdominis muscle, piriformis muscle)
- Rupture and relaxation of the pubic symphysis
- Diseases or injuries of the skin in the area of use, especially with inflammatory symptoms (excessive warming, swelling or reddening)