LordoLoc®

Stabilizing support for relief of the lumbar spine

LordoLoc® Product
 
LordoLoc® Detail

LordoLoc is suitable for use as a back support for the stabilization of the lumbar spine, for example in the event of chronic lumbar vertebral syndrome. The stabilizing orthosis with four 91/4" integral anatomically contoured flexible lightweight aluminium stays has a muscle-activating effect, relieves the spine and is very low-profile. The degree of stabilization can be adjusted to provide optimal individual support to the lower back.

  • Easy to put on and take off
  • Material is very breathable and gentle on the skin
  • Low-profile and discrete

Light support for the lumbar region

LordoLoc is characterized by its extremely thin yet effective construction. The supple support consists of two adjustable straps and  four 91/4" corset stays made of flexible lightweight aluminum inserted at the back. The rods support the spine if an activation of the musculature alone is not sufficient. The tighter the upper strap is fastened, the greater the stabilization. The corset stays can be individually reshaped for a perfect fit. The stays provide extra support if muscular activation is not enough.

Soft and effective

Easy to fit, comfortable to wear: The support is opened and closed using Velcro fastenings with practical hand straps. The degree of compression exerted by the elastic tensioning straps depends upon their adjustment. The soft, thin and lightweight material sits comfortably and snugly against the body, without being particularly noticeable under the clothing. LordoLoc  thus relieves the lower back perceptibly yet discretely.

Product range

Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 Order number
Body circumference in inches 271/2 - 311/2 311/2 - 351/2 351/2 - 391/4 391/4 - 431/4 431/4 - 471/4 471/4 - 511/4 1218500008000°

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Measurement

Loosely measure the circumference just below the waist.

Measurement

Indications

  • Lumbago
  • Facet syndrome
  • Irritation of the sacroiliac joint
  • Degenerative changes of the spine
  • Muscular insufficiency (e.g. in osteoporosis)

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