The choice of orthopedic corset

Ubiquitous computing makes people almost all working hours to conduct the same place, sitting behind the monitor. Physical inactivity and work in the bent condition, the advantage of working with one of your hands cause the posture of a person is not just ugly, but also wrong. In such circumstances, developing scoliosis, the background to which, and the scoliosis different degrees and other back problems received during his school years. To get the curvature of the spine, herniated discs, etc. easily, but the treatment takes a long time. Apply various methods of treatment of the spine, but along with exercise and massage is bought and special locking corset.

Correctly choose a decent orthopaedic corset for the back in accordance with the prescription of the doctor. Modern corsets are made from eco-friendly hypoallergenic materials and hug the body so that their under clothing is almost not visible.

The basic rule when choosing a corset is correctly chosen size, and even better - manufacturing belt to order. Produced corsets several varieties:

1. For posture correction is used, the magnetic corset, which built-in magnets relieve the tension of the back muscles, improve circulation, remove swelling in the muscles, inflammation. Additionally, the corset is fitted with ribs, creating a supportive effect.

2. Corsets when scoliosis is divided into: corrective, that is, correcting deformity of the spine and support, relieving muscular hypertonicity and unloading the spine. The slimming belt is applied at 2 to 3 degrees of scoliosis.

3. Corset the intervertebral hernia reduces the expression of pain, removes the load on the spine and its voltage. Worn this belt directly during exercise, and the ribs are arranged in accordance with the degree and type of disease.

Corsets vary: thoracolumbar, lumbosacral rigid and semi-rigid, lumbar, child and belt for pregnant women.

Read also: Disease of the spine: do I need a corset?

Appointed orthopedic corsets and patients after surgery on the spine and back injuries, and osteoarthritis, pinched nerves, osteoporosis, fractures, spondylosis and scoliosis.

Subscribe to new posts: