Multifunctional orthosis for reducing lumbar lordosis
The bridging frame of the orthosis distributes (bridges) the forces acting on the spine out toward the thoracic spine, pelvis and sacrum. This reduces lordosis of the lumbar spine. The abdominal pad compresses the abdomen and also helps to straighten the spine and relieve the lumbar region.
Fitted easily without the need for any great effort
Effective post-operative stabilization
Flat, light and comfortable
SAFE TREATMENT FOR THE BACK
Spinova Unload Plus relieves the lumbar spine by reducing lordosis. This alleviates pain and supports the healing process. The orthosis is based on a modular design and has elements that can be removed as part of multi-stage therapy.
The lumbar orthosis provides stability based on the three-point principle and protectively limits incorrect movements. The orthosis made from light, elastic material with its integrated corset stays surrounds the torso and compresses the abdomen, which relieves and gently straightens the lumbar spine. The delordosing bridging frame also helps to straighten the spine, tilts the pelvis backward and distributes the forces toward the thoracic spine, pelvis and sacral bone. This particularly relieves the posterior column of the lumbar spine. An additional abdominal pad increases the effect. The stabilizing force is applied in a targeted manner by means of the Spinova strap system. Straps are attached at the appropriate height to a back setting device, rerouted twice and joined together with a buckle. The strap tension can be permanently adjusted with a torque wrench. This ensures that the therapeutic circumferential pressure remains the same every time it is worn.
As mobility increases, the bridging frame and abdominal pad can be easily removed.
Vertebral displacement, formation of gaps in the vertebral joints
Wearing of the vertebral joints with unusual flexibility of the joints (facet syndrome with hypermobility)
Radiating pain in the lumbar spine area (very severe [pseudo] radicular lumbar syndrome/very severe lumbar sciatica
Narrowing of the spinal canal (lumbar spinal canal stenosis with paresis [conservative, post-operative])
Narrowing of the lateral nerve root canal (foraminal stenosis, lateral)
Fractured vertebrae (fractures of the lumbar spine)