- Breathable, slimline adjustable support can be worn under everyday clothes
- Helps symptoms of mild disc herniation/bulge and mild lumbago
- Also helps support a weak or injured back
- Additional side straps combined with the stays help provide added back support and compression
To size, measure waist circumference (cm)
Small: 23.6 - 27.6 In / 60 - 70 cm
Medium: 27.6 - 33.5 In / 70 - 85 cm
Large: 33.5 - 39.4 In / 85 - 100 cm
X-Large: 39.4 - 45.3 In / 100 - 115 cm
XX-Large: 45.3 - 51.2 In / 115 - 130 cm
The Neo G Lumbosacral Support/Brace offers moderate to firm support to the lumbar area without restricting essential movement. It has been designed to help reduce excessive and unwanted movements and so encourage healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and lumbar discs by helping to manage over stretching. It can help ease pressure on mild disc herniation and bulging as well as mild lumbago and also helps maintain proper alignment of the lumbar spine to encourage rehabilitation. This breathable support is adjustable for a comfort fit as well as being slimline, which means it can be worn under everyday clothes.
How To Apply
Materials: Polyamide, Polyester, Polyurethane, Elastane, Cotton, Aloe Vera
Wash & Care: Remove stays before washing. Hand Wash Cold Only and Dry Flat. Do not use Fabric Softener, Do Not Tumble Dry, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Iron. Store in a cool, dry place.
The indications outlined may not be suitable for your condition, before use always seek medical advice from your physician. Always take advice on duration of usage / Ensure product is not uncomfortably tight and blood flow is not restricted. Avoid wearing for prolonged periods (e.g. whilst sleeping) / Only use on clean, intact skin. Do not use if you have a known allergy to any of the specified materials / Do not use if liniments, ointments, gels, creams or any other substances have been applied to affected area / The product should be applied as illustrated / If a rash develops, pain is prolonged or conditions worsen, discontinue use and consult a physician
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