Stabilisation of the lumbar spine area and the lumbosacral transition by means of integrated massaging pad
Reduction of lordosis of the lumbar spine by means of proprioceptive compression in the abdominal area
How does it work?/Mode of action
Lumbamed plus has a stabilising and relieving effect on the lumbar spine. Its compressive knitted fabric and the pad that is used also stimulate circulation and have a pain-relieving, massage effect without affecting the muscular force.
Supports have the greatest effect during physical exercise. In principal, the support can be worn all day. The special cut in the area of the groin (Comfort Zone) is decisive for the correct and comfortable fit of the support. However, this depends on how comfortable the support is to wear. The support should be taken off for longer breaks (e.g. sitting for a long time or a long car drive, sleeping).
If you suffer excessive pain or discomfort during wear, please take off the product immediately and contact your doctor or specialized shop.
The support is suitable for use in water. After use, please rinse out the product thoroughly.
Pull the fabric cover over the massage pad and secure the pad in the centre or in accordance with the physician’s or healthcare professional’s instructions on the middle grey hook and loop fastener section between the two rods. The pad should be secured in such a way that the bottom end rests against the top of the area where the two buttocks come together. The label on the right inside of the fastener provides information about how to put the support on. First, slip into the wrist strap in the left inside of the fastener.
- Wrap the bandage around the body and then please refer back to the label to check whether you are holding the bandage correctly. - Now, slip into the outer wrist strap on the right side. Pull the two fastening sides over each
other and then secure them as
centrally as possible with the hook and loop fastener.
The bandage has been correctly
applied when the bottom edge of the fastener is located just above the pubic bone. The small finger tab on the edge of the right side of the fastener will help you to undo the bandage again.
The Clima Comfort knitted fabric will achieve its best breathing activity when the bandage is worn directly against the skin.
Polyamide, Polyester, Elastane, Polyurethane, Polyethylene
Do not wash the pad together with the support. It can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Hook and loop fastener should be closed for washing. We recommend using a laundry bag. Fabric softener, fats, oils and ointments can attack the material and the Clima Comfort Effect can be impaired. Soap residues can cause skin irritation and material wear.
You can wash the product by hand, preferably using a medi clean detergent, or in delicate cycle at 30°C using a mild detergent without fabric conditioners.
- Do not bleach.
- Leave to dry naturally.
- Do not iron.
- Do not dry clean.
- Lower back pain (lumbago), Ligamentous disorders
- Irritative conditions (sacroiliac joint, facet joints)
- Postural muscle imbalance in the lumbar spine
- Slight joint loosening in the lumbar spine, e.g. osteochondrosis, spondylosis, spondylarthrosis
- Postdiscectomy syndrome
- Diseases or injuries of the skin in the area of use, especially with inflammatory symptoms (excessive warming, swelling or reddening)
Lumbamed® plus instructions for use 3.51 MB
How to use our Lumbamed plus lumbar spine orthoses for stabilisation. Date of issue: until January 2018.
Lumbamed® plus instructions for use 5.42 MB
How to use our Lumbamed plus lumbar spine orthoses for stabilisation. Date of issue: until October 2016.
Lumbamed® plus instructions for use 4.57 MB
How to use our Lumbamed plus lumbar supports with massage pads. Date of issue: until May 2018.
Advice on back therapy 5.90 MB
Information brochure and exercises
Lumbamed® plus instructions for use 4.24 MB
How to use our Lumbamed plus lumbar supports with massage pad. Date of issue: from May 2018.
medi Back-range 0.00 B
Treatment with supports and orthoses suited to the indication. Date of issue: from May 2018.