Lumbo Direxa Back Orthosis
Stabilises, relieves strain, alleviates pain
Benefits at a glance
Plastic stabilisation rods perfectly adapt to the shape of your body, so that the back orthosis does not slip even when you move a lot. The Lumbo Direxa is also available in a waisted version for women's (Lumbo Direxa Women).
Compared to the classic cut of the Lumbo Direxa, the cut of the Lumbo Direxa High is higher so it covers a larger area of the back. This also relieves strain on the lower thoracic spine. Your doctor or physiotherapist will advise you on the most suitable version for you.
Orthosis with massage function
In order to make the Lumbo Direxa even more effective, there is a massaging pad on the inside of the back orthosis. This stimulates circulation in the affected regions.
Elastic straps allow the stability of the orthosis to be regulated among other things. It therefore adapts to your need of support for the lumbar spine according to your requirements.
Thanks to its slim design, the Lumbo Direxa is barely visible under clothing. This means you are not restricted in your choice of clothes.
Comfortable to wear
The breathable, skin-friendly material reduces perspiration so that the back orthosis can also be worn for longer periods of time.
Lumbo Direxa / Women
- Lower back pain
- Muscular imbalances of the lumbar spine
- Degenerative changes of the lumbar spine
- Osteochondrosis of the lumbar spine
- Facet joint syndrome of the lumbar spine
- Intervertebral disk protrusion from L4 to S1
- Intervertebral disk prolapse from L4 to S1
- Discectomy from L4 to S1
- Irritation of the sacroiliac joint
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Back orthosis information material
Yes, the Lumbo Direxa is machine washable at 30°C.
The orthosis can be worn during sports. You should of course talk to your doctor and discuss when and what sports are suitable for you.
After the acute phase of your back complaints, it is important to rebuild your musculature. Therefore, talk to your doctor or physiotherapist about how long you should wear the Lumbo Direxa.