- Elastic mesh material with an anatomical shape for a high level of wearing comfort in terms of breathability, snugness, and position stability during movement.
- Tensioning straps dorsally redirected from the outside to the inside.
- Two pads with massage nubs are dorsally fixed to the inside of the straps and directly controlled for a targeted effect.
- Cutouts at the iliac spine (SIPS) for better wearing comfort.
- Lateral deflection loops for a high level of pressure distribution without exerting much energy.
- Thin, low-profile fastening with soft edges for enhanced wearing comfort.
- Practical, wide hand loops making it convenient and easy to put on with minimal effort.
- High level of patient compliance as the orthosis can be worn inconspicuously under clothing.
- Diseases of the sacroiliac joint (SI joint syndrome, SI joint arthrosis, SI joint instability)
- Sacroiliac joint blockage (acute and prophylactic)
- Myalgia and tendinopathy in the pelvic region
- Pelvic girdle instability (e.g. symphysis rupture and loosening)
- Structural disturbances following spondylodeses in the transition from L5 to S1
- Conservative, non-surgical treatment following pelvic fractures
Mode of Action
- The circular compression provided by the pelvic brace and its two tensioning straps straightens the sacrum and relieves the local ligaments.
- The proprioceptive effect improves muscle tone.
- The degree of stabilization and therefore the relief can be individually adjusted using the tensioning straps.
- The two dorsal pads provide a massaging effect during movement. This promotes circulation, helps reduce pain, and relieves tension.
Note: The suitability and use of the orthosis during pregnancy is to be determined by a physician on a case-by-case basis.
How to Measure
Measure the circumference of the hips.