Core CorFit Belt - Short Term Use
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The CorFit System is the best designed lumbosacral support on the market. That’s no exaggeration but simply a truism based on the high quality of its durable components and construction, coupled with careful attention to fit and comfort. Just ask anyone who’s seen or worn the CorFit to help relieve low back pain. Our patented fitting system allows us to create supports proportionally sized in height and length, with taller supports for larger people and smaller supports for petites and children. It’s the support that fits everyone and provides comfort, compression, flexibility and stability.
When your support fits correctly, it stabilizes the lumbosacral region to help prevent and relieve low back pain that results from muscle strain and spasms. The CorFit’s upward and inward pressure supports stretched or weakened abdominal muscles and helps reduce stress on the lower back. By limiting the motion of muscles and ligaments, its support also helps improve posture and serves as a reminder to use proper lifting techniques.
- Cool and Comfortable Low Back Pain Relief
This lumbosacral support is so comfortable and supportive, you’ll even look forward to wearing it. The plush elastic back panel is made with flexible posterior stays; adjustable double side pulls provide customized abdominal compression. Wicking material draws moisture away, helping you stay cooler. The soft, CorEdge® Finish around top and bottom edges adds comfort without binding or irritation. The ultra-durable front panel with a hook and loop closure provides additional support. Choose the CorFit Value Support for short-term use only with 100 closure hook and loop. White. Available in S, M/LG, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X or 5X. Additional charge for sizes larger than XL.
- Best designed lumbosacral support on the market
- Patented fitting system to accommodate any size, proportionally sized in height and length
TESTIMONIAL: “After a debilitating low back incident left me almost completely immobilized for three weeks, my experience with the lumbar back brace has been of a positive nature. Daily chiropractic adjustments, therapy and determination made it possible to walk on crutches to the bathroom instead of crawling. I began wearing the brace as soon as I could move to a sitting position – a positive happening in my life. The brace has been my saving salvation and I would not be without one.” –Wayne Zemelka, IA
Spinal Stenosis,Spondylolysis; Sciatica; Degenerative Disc; Prolapsed disc; Osteroarthritis of the Spine; Other
Lumbarsacral Support Benefits
- Help Stabilize the spinal joints.
- Increase motion of joints in the spine.
- Changes/adjusts weight off the spine and distributes to rest of the body decreasing pressure on the spine.
- Helps Control Abnormal Spinal curves.
- Lumbar supports can help with arthritis, herniated discs, minor fractures, and a protruding abdomen.
- Provides an awareness of correct posture.
- Can decrease over active or unwanted abdominal and/or spinal muscular activity.
- Can allow patient to be more active than without a support in some instances.
- Waist (True Waist) Soft Tissue area between bottom of rib cage and top of hip bone.
- Very top lateral aspect of hip bone.
- Very top of crease of buttocks.
- Measure True Waist.
- Snug Fit Measurement: Devices are sized at a compressed fit.
- Measuring loose vs skin tight can be 2-2 ½ inches.
- Hip Measurement:
- Measure at fullest part of the buttocks.
- Approx: Across the groin area in the front.
Fitting The Support
- Fitted starting in the back and finishing in the front.
- Support Should be centered on the back.
- Bottom of support should be at the crease of buttocks.
- Any straps should be below the breast line.
- Back of support should be at least 2” below the shoulder blade and front top edge should not compress on the bottom of the sternum (chest bone).
- Pull straps out away from body and then cross.
- Normally straps fit right over left.
- Add compression from bottom to top.
- Where you apply the external straps can have an effect on the location of compression.
- Sit down to check fitting that it does not dig into the groin.
- Body length will shorten when sitting so make sure the support is lined up properly.
- The support should not catch and dig under shoulder blade, irritate the breast line or dig into the groin area.
- When removing, decrease compression from top to bottom.
- When removing, disengage the Velcro straps and attach them at the posterior of the support near the strap origin.
- Depending on your condition, the application of the device may need to be done by a secondary care-taker or significant other.
You can obtain the best secure fitting if you are able to apply the support while laying down w/knees bent.
Small (6") Hips 27" - 38"
Regular (8") Hips 32" - 43"
XLarge (9") Hips 40" - 52"