According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Americans spend at least $ 50 billion each year on low back pain. Back pain is the most common cause of work-related disability and a major contributor to absence from work. Back pain is second only to headache as the most common neurological disease in the United States.
There are many back braces sold in the United States to help support the back and abdominal area, and improve the healing process after back injury or surgery. You can choose from simple wrap-around fabric supports, very rigid and moldable thermoplastic and metal orthotics for more serious spinal conditions.
The Hely & Weber Hayes Solly Spine Brace System is indicated and ideally suited for the treatment of chronic back pain, spondylosis, stenosis, postoperative rehabilitation, chronic lumbar instability, lumbar disc herniation and degenerative disc disease.
The unique features of this popular brace are the spacer fabric and cotton construction which are breathable, creating a cool and comfortable fit. The material is easily washable to maintain good patient hygiene.
The Solly uses thermoplastic panels which provide anterior and posterior support. The splint also includes eight flexible stays around the orthosis, providing additional support and adaptability.
One of the great features of the Sully back brace is the use of 6 tension straps that wrap around the brace. By having these straps to customize the tension, the compression and the fit to carry the back support is most needed. The splint also contains 8 interlocking laces to create a quick lacing effect, for quick and easy application and removal.
The orthosis supports the lower thoracic and sacral regions where most back injuries and hernias occur. The Solly Spine Brace System is available in a classic style and a low profile style for patients with a short trunk.
If you are looking for a high quality, comfortable to wear, low profile support brace, you should look at this top brace from Hely & Weber.
Be sure to consult your treating physician or therapist to determine if the Sully Spine Splint is right for you.