The Armo Line Dorsolumbar Support Brace is available in five different sizes, enabling you to choose the size that fits you perfectly. Please measure around your waist and select the appropriate size from the table below:
70 - 80 cm
~27½″ - 31½″
80 - 90 cm
~31½″ - 35½″
90 - 100 cm
~35½″ - 39¼″
100 - 110 cm
~39¼″ - 43¼″
110 - 120 cm
~43¼″ - 47¼″
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Does this product have any rigid back splints in it & if so what material are they made of?
It has two metal rods in the back.
I have collapsed vertebrae and bulging discs in lower back and kyphosis will this brace be suitable for both issues
Our brace can normally be used for both issues. As each problem should be considered unique and be taken care by your GP, please note that the information we have provided here is for reference purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice.
Hi I suffer with bulging disks, lumbago , degenerative disc disease , arthritis , fibromyalgia I have had a flare with my back for 3 weeks now with hardly any improvement I was sent to the hospital today but now have to wait for scans & physio therapy I was given crutches to walk with will the
Dorsolumbar Support Brace
help to ease my pain
Our brace may give the sufficient support to your back and lumbar areas and may help to ease your pain.
I can't seem to find any instructions about how much time you have to wear it. As far as I know, the time should be increased. Can you advise on this please?
Dear Valentina, It is not possible to find details about the required usage time in the instructioın page because it depends on the aim of the usage and the problem the patient has. So it is different for every individual and the advice should be given by GP or health professionals. Please take an advice from your GP to get the best result. Kind Regards, Caner
What fabric is this made of?
Hi, The fabric is made of 40% Cotton, 30% Nylon, 15% Polyester Viscose, 15% Elasthane. Thanks.
Does this product have the magnets in it
No, it does not include any magnets. It comes with 2 steel rods in the package.
Hi! I have compression fractures in my spine, and I need some support in my lower back, specially. To help with the healing and daily activities. Is this model appropriate for my needs?
(My doctor says that I can use anything that makes me feel more comfortable and with more support.)
We can classify spine in 3 areas as Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar vertebrae. This item is effective for Thoracic (middle part) area of the spine. For Lower back pains you can check Lumbosacral Back Support and Lower Lumbar Back Support For Lumbosacral Back Support: https://medimport.co.uk/products/lumbosacral-back-support The item should be used with advice of a GP.
Hi would this product be ok for scoliosis. I've had fusion and rods but started to ache
Yes Dosolumbar Support (in other words Thoraco-Lumbo-Sacral Orthosis (TLSO)) is used for scoliosis treatments. However, we strongly advice you to seek for an advice of a GP before deciding to use. They are the one who can give you the best information about your problem.
I have constant back pain because the lower discs have been damaged for well over 50 years.
Would any of your braces be any good to me? I have never actually worn a brace before.
Damaged Disc Injuries are serious problems and individuals should not decide to make a move to cure them itself without seeking an advice form a GP. The reason of the problem or which disc is damaged should be determined by professionals. Both Dorsolumbar Back Supports and Lumbosacral Back Supports can be used for lower back problems; however, Doctors or GPs can only decide if they should be used or not.