Effects: Hyperextension of the spinal column by means of a three-point support system. Mechanical discharge of the vertebral bodies in the lower thoracic and upper lumbar areas. Stabilisation and restriction of spinal movements. Pain relief.
Compression fractures. Vertebral pain caused by secondary metastasis. Spondyloarthritis associated or unassociated with arthroscopic sclerosis. Chronic lumbalgia, lumbosciatica and dorsalgia. Medium-term immobilisation after intervertebral disc surgery. Stable vertebral fractures of the lower dorsal spine and lumbar spine. Temporary orthotic care after unstable vertebral body fracture surgery. Permanent orthotic care after vertebral body tumour and metastasis surgery. Post-surgical care after decompression spine surgery with or without internal fixation.
Between the sternal pad and the bottom of the pelvic band.