Core CorFit Sacroiliac Belt
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Sciatica Pain; Scoliosis caused by pelvic instability; Hyper Mobility of the Sacroiliac Joints; Ligamentous Laxity due to pregnancy; Other
Sacroiliac Support Benefits
- Designed to specifically relieve instability and painful stress of the pelvis and the lower spine joints in the buttocks area.
- Provides support and stabilizes the sacrum by comfortably squeezing together these major weight-bearing joints during healing.
- Also stabilizes the hip joints and helps relieve sciatica pain and scoliosis caused by pelvic instability.
Best used after an injury, with hyper mobility of the sacroiliac joints or after a pregnancy
- Very top lateral aspect of hip bone)
- Sacrum/Tailbone Joint (very top of crease of buttocks)
- Hip Joint (For Full hip Measurement)
Measurement For Lumbar Supports
- Snug Fit Measurement: Devices are sized at a compressed fit.
- Measurement loose vs skin tight can be 2-2 ½ inches.
- Hip Measurement
- Measure at fullest part of the buttocks
- Approx: Hip joint & crease of the buttocks.
- Fitted starting in the back and finishing in the front.
- Center support
- Bottom of support should be at the (crease of buttocks) in the back
- Bottom of the support should be at the groin in the front
- Normally straps fit right over left.
- Pull straps out away from body and then cross
- Add compression from bottom to top
- Sit down to check fitting. (Ease and Motion may be more limited)
- Should not dig into groin area
- When removing, decrease compression from top to bottom
- When removing, disengage velcro and attach at far posterior of belt where straps originate.
- Depending on your condition, the application of the device may need to be done by a secondary care-taker or significant other.
- Best secure fitting is while laying down w/knees bent.