The lower back supports the spine and your entire upper body. The lower back is prone to injury because nearly every movement and activity uses the muscles, ligaments and bones in the lower back. Jobs that involve repeated lifting or sports that twist your back frequently, such as golfing, can put your lower lumbar region or lower back at risk for injury. Many women also complain about lower back pain during pregnancy or post-partum. Wearing a back brace or belt to support your lower back can help you prevent strain or added pressure to your spine. A lower back brace keeps your back in the proper position and provides compression relieving lower back pain, stiff or sore muscles, tendons and joints.It can also alleviate back spasms, sprains, and degenerative conditions associated with lower back pain, hernia surgery, for sciatica, tendinitis or back and abdominal injuries.
Remember to take a break from wearing your back support. Overuse of brace may have negative effects and lead to dependency.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Wash cold water + hang dry flat.