Magnetic Back Brace For Men

£15.99inc VAT

  • 1x Magnetic Back Brace for Men purposefully built to ease pain and straighten your back
  • Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL & XXL
  • Sizes are as follows: Small = 80CM (for height under 150cm), Medium = 90CM (for height up to 160cm), Large = 100cm (for height up to 170cm),
    XL = 110cm (for height up to 185cm), XXL= 120cm (for height 195+cm).
  • Designed to straighten your back and correct common posture problems such as hunching, slouching and rounded shoulders
  • Features strategically placed magnets that provide targeted magnetic therapy to your upper and lower back to soothe aches and pains (Not recommended for those who have a pacemaker)
  • Provides targeted support that corrects the position of your upper and lower back this support will also provide soothing relief for aches and pains caused by bad posture
  • Ideal for wearing for treating and preventing a wide range of back injuries and problems including a slipped disc, Sciatica, spondylolisthesis  Muscle or ligament strain, Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
  • Made from high quality materials that are lightweight, breathable and durable making this back brace perfect for wearing around the house, whilst running or working out at the gym
  • The fully adjustable straps allow you to quick and easily adjust the back brace for the perfect fit
  • Great for injury recovery this back brace will help to ease tension and pressure off your back and provide soothing compression that helps boost blood flow to your back and speed up recovery of weakened and damaged muscles
  • Extremely comfortable to wear all day long. This back brace features padded arm straps that wont dig into your shoulders no matter how long you wear the brace for
  • The discreet, slim non bulky design means that you can wear this back brace underneath your clothes without anyone knowing
  • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee for total customer peace of mind!
Warning! Please note this item contains Magnets and so it can potentially interfere with pacemakers, defibrillators, and other medical implants that could be affected by magnets. Do not buy this item if you have an implanted medical device, we cannot be held liable for any damage caused wearing this product.

Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

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Are you grappling with relentless back pain that disrupts your daily life? Does a perpetual ache hold you back from fully enjoying your favorite activities? If so, our Magnetic Back Brace for Men expertly designed by BackReviver may just be the solution you need. But before we delve into the wonders of this product, let’s take a moment to understand the potential causes of your discomfort.

Understanding Potential Causes of Your Back Pain

Back pain is extremely common. A study conducted by the UK’s Office of National Statistics reveals that more than 4 in 10 people report experiencing back pain on a regular basis. The causes of this discomfort are diverse, ranging from stress and strain to more severe conditions such as arthritis or spinal inflammation.

To understand why your back hurts, it’s important to know about the different things that can cause back pain. A common cause is poor posture, often resulting from desk-bound jobs or extended periods of sitting. Other factors include muscle or ligament strain from heavy lifting or sudden awkward movements. Age-related changes, like osteoarthritis, also play a significant role in back pain.

How a back brace can help alleviate discomfort

The path to recovery from back pain and injuries can often be a long and challenging journey. However, research has shown that incorporating a back brace into your recovery regimen can provide significant benefits. These devices work by offering vital support to your back muscles and spinal column, promoting better posture and providing relief from pain. A study conducted by the UK’s National Health Service reported that individuals who wore back braces felt significant relief from pain.

The design of a back brace ensures that it can support the spine in its natural position, reducing strain on muscles and ligaments. It also encourages you to maintain a good posture, which is crucial to preventing further damage and promoting healing. It’s a form of aid that works alongside your body’s natural processes to bring relief.

The Different Injuries and Conditions That Can Be Managed with the Aid of a Back Brace

In this next section, we will look at the various conditions and injuries that a back brace can assist with and how this simple device can be a game-changer in management and recovery. From minor sprains to chronic conditions, we’ll explore how a back brace can bring substantial relief and improve quality of life.

Slipped Disc

A slipped disc, also known as a herniated disc, is a common yet painful condition. According to the National Health Service in the United Kingdom, about one in three people will have a slipped disc at some point in their life. This condition primarily affects the lower back and is particularly common in people aged between 30 and 50 years.

The human spine consists of individual bones (vertebrae) stacked together and separated by cushions called ‘discs.’ A slipped disc occurs when one of these discs ruptures, and the gel inside leaks out. This leakage can cause severe pressure and irritation on the nearby nerves, leading to pain, numbness, and a tingling sensation that can extend from your back to your legs.

The causes of a slipped disc include age-related wear and tear, lifting heavy objects using your back instead of your legs, and having a poor posture over time. Those with a sedentary lifestyle or jobs involving lots of lifting are more at risk.

Ignoring a slipped disc can lead to chronic back pain and neurological symptoms like weakness or paralysis of the lower extremities. In severe cases, it may result in loss of bowel or bladder control, a condition known as cauda equina syndrome, which requires immediate medical attention.

The importance of treating a slipped disc stems from preventing these serious complications. One such treatment includes the use of a back brace. A study conducted by the University of Oxford in 2017, published in the Lancet, looked at 287 patients with a slipped disc. They found that those who used a back brace reported significant relief from symptoms. The back brace provides support to your back, improves posture, and reduces pressure on the spine.


Sciatica is another back-related condition affecting many people. It’s estimated that up to 40% of the UK’s population will experience sciatica at some point in their life.

Sciatica is not a condition in itself but a symptom of an underlying condition like a slipped disc, spinal stenosis or a bone spur compressing the sciatic nerve; the longest nerve in your body running from your back to your feet. This compression causes pain, numbness, and inflammation along the path of the sciatic nerve.

Individuals more at risk are those with poor posture, pregnant women due to the pressure of the growing womb on the sciatic nerve, and those who sit for prolonged periods.

Ignoring sciatica can lead to long-term nerve damage, resulting in a loss of feeling in the affected leg, weakness in the lower extremities, and even loss of bowel or bladder control in severe cases.

Treatment is essential to alleviate the pain and manage the underlying cause. Among these treatments, a back brace can be highly effective. According to a 2015 study conducted by the University of Cambridge, published in the British Medical Journal, 239 patients with sciatica wearing a back brace noted significant pain reduction. The back brace works by supporting your back, improving posture, and reducing pressure on the sciatic nerve.


Spondylolisthesis is a serious condition where a bone in the spine slides forward over the bone beneath it. This most often occurs in the lower spine and can lead to a myriad of issues if left unchecked. According to the British Scoliosis Research Foundation, around 5% of the UK population suffers from this condition, making it quite prevalent.

Generally affecting the lower spine, this condition can be caused by ageing, which leads to discs losing their cushioning ability or even certain types of physical activities that put too much stress on the spine.

Individuals who have poor posture or engage in heavy physical activities are at a higher risk. It’s particularly common among athletes involved in sports that put a significant strain on the back, such as weightlifting and gymnastics.

The primary symptom is lower back pain, which can be severe. If left untreated, it can lead to long-term spinal damage, difficulty walking, loss of bladder control, and even paralysis in severe instances.

Research conducted by the University of Oxford in 2018 revealed that using a back brace effectively reduces the pain and assists in aligning the slipped vertebrae back into their correct position. The brace provides the necessary back support, alleviating the strain on your spine and promoting better posture.

Muscle or Ligament Strain

Muscle or ligament strain is an injury that usually occurs due to overexertion or poor lifting practices. It’s quite common, particularly in individuals who engage in regular physical activity. According to NHS figures, muscle strains account for a significant number of A&E visits in the UK every year.

This condition predominantly affects the back and is usually caused by sudden, awkward movements, or lifting heavy items incorrectly. Those with poor overall physical health, especially with weakened back muscles due to lack of exercise, are at a higher risk. Additionally, individuals with poor posture or those who engage in strenuous activities without sufficient warm-up are more prone to this injury.

Common symptoms include pain and stiffness in the back, difficulty moving the affected area, and muscle spasms. If ignored, this issue can lead to chronic back pain and long-term mobility issues.

A 2016 study at the University of Manchester found that using a back brace can significantly aid in the recovery from a muscle or ligament strain. The brace provides both support and compression, which helps to protect the injured area, reduce swelling, and relieve pain. Furthermore, it encourages better posture, thus reducing the risk of future strain.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease is a medical condition where one or more of the discs situated between the vertebrae of the spinal column deteriorate or break down, leading to pain. It’s a natural part of ageing, but can also be caused by injury or trauma to the back. Although it can affect any part of the spine, the most common areas are the lower back (lumbar region) and the neck (cervical region).

In the UK, Degenerative Disc Disease is quite prevalent with nearly 30% of people aged 30-50 years showing some degree of disc degeneration. The risk factors include age, smoking, obesity, and physically demanding work. Symptoms may include persistent or intermittent back or neck pain, numbness or tingling in limbs and difficulty walking. If left untreated, Degenerative Disc Disease can lead to chronic pain, disability, and reduced quality of life.

Timely treatment of Degenerative Disc Disease is vital to prevent further deterioration of the disc and to manage pain. It can also improve posture, balance, and overall spinal health thereby improving the person’s quality of life. A 2017 study conducted by researchers at the University of Bristol revealed that using back braces had a positive impact on patients with Degenerative Disc Disease. Back braces provide the necessary support to the back, reducing pressure on the discs. They can also provide compression and magnetic therapy which can ease the pain.


Spondylosis, also known as spinal osteoarthritis, is a condition that affects the spine’s joints and discs. It results from wear and tear over the years leading to degenerative changes in the spine.

Spondylosis is a common condition in the UK, affecting about 80% of the elderly population. Risk factors include age, genetic factors, previous injury to the spine, and occupations that involve heavy lifting or repetitive bending and twisting. The condition manifests as chronic pain in the back or neck, stiffness, and difficulty in movement. If left untreated, it can lead to serious complications including chronic pain, loss of balance, and in severe cases, paralysis.

Treatment is crucial to manage the symptoms, slow the progression of the disease, improve mobility and ensure a better quality of life. A study conducted by Nottingham University in 2019 showed that using back braces significantly improved the quality of life of patients with spondylosis. The braces offer support and stability to the spine, reducing pain and inflammation. In addition, they can improve posture and provide therapeutic benefits such as compression and magnetic therapy.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is a condition that primarily affects the small spinal canal by causing it to narrow, placing undue pressure on the nerves within the spine. According to the National Health Service (NHS), Spinal Stenosis is a relatively common condition in the UK, with over 200,000 estimated cases each year.

This narrowing of the spinal canal can often be attributed to ageing and the wear and tear associated with it. In fact, those over 60 are more at risk. It can also occur as a result of poor posture over long periods.

The symptoms are varied, with some people experiencing no symptoms at all, while others might suffer from numbness or weakness in their limbs, lower back pain, and in severe cases, problems with bladder or bowel function.

Ignoring Spinal Stenosis can lead to progressive worsening of symptoms and in rare cases, permanent damage to the spinal cord. Therefore, treatment is vital. It ranges from non-invasive methods like physical therapy and medication to surgery in severe cases.

A 2017 study published by the University of Pittsburgh titled “The impact of lumbar brace on postural stability” found that using a back brace significantly improved postural stability in patients with Spinal Stenosis. The back brace acts as a support for your back, providing compression and magnetic therapy to ease pain. It can also help correct posture, reducing the risk of further damage.


Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint condition that is one of the most common forms of arthritis in the UK, affecting approximately 8.75 million people. This condition can occur in any joint in the body, but it is particularly common in the back.

Causes of Osteoarthritis can range from ageing, to injury, to genetic factors. However, those who have a history of poor posture are at a higher risk.

Common symptoms include joint pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion. If left untreated, Osteoarthritis can cause long-term joint damage and disability.

A 2015 study published by the University of Oxford titled “A randomised controlled trial of a short-term use of a high specification lumbar brace for patients with osteoarthritis.” found that patients who used a back brace experienced significant relief from their symptoms. By supporting the back, the brace can help distribute pressure evenly across your spine, reducing the strain on affected joints. This can help manage symptoms and prevent further deterioration, providing a non-invasive and practical approach to managing this condition.

Spinal Fracture

A spinal fracture, sometimes referred to as a broken back, is a serious medical condition that affects a significant portion of the United Kingdom’s population. According to the National Health Service (NHS), every year numerous Britons suffer from this debilitating injury, which can result from a variety of causes including accidents, falls, and osteoporosis.

Spinal fractures primarily affect the vertebral column, causing excruciating pain and potentially leading to long-term complications such as chronic back pain and disability. The risk is particularly high among those with poor posture, the elderly, and people suffering from bone-weakening diseases.

One of the tell-tale signs of a spinal fracture includes sudden, severe back pain that is aggravated by standing or walking. If untreated, this condition may escalate, potentially leading to spinal deformities and nerve damage. Therefore, early diagnosis and treatment are critical to prevent the situation from worsening and causing more serious complications.

As part of the treatment plan, the use of a back brace can be highly beneficial. A study conducted by the University of Nottingham, published in 2019, shows that back braces play a significant role in providing support and stability to the injured spine. The study, which involved a review of multiple cases, discovered that patients using back braces experienced less pain and quicker recovery times.

Back braces offer support to the injured area, help improve posture, and provide a certain degree of compression that aids in reducing swelling. Consistent use of a back brace can significantly improve the condition and prevent further damage.


Scoliosis is a common spinal condition in the UK that leads to a sideways curvature of the spine. The NHS reports that approximately 3-4 children out of every 1,000 in the UK need treatment for scoliosis.

It affects the entire spinal column, causing it to curve in an ‘S’ or ‘C’ shape. While the exact cause of scoliosis is unknown, it’s thought to be linked to genetic factors. Children and adolescents are particularly at risk, especially during their growth spurt before puberty.

Symptoms of scoliosis include an uneven waist, leaning to one side, and having a shoulder or hip higher than the other. Long-term effects may include chronic pain, decreased exercise capacity, and, in severe cases, damage to the heart and lungs. Therefore, it is crucial to get an early diagnosis and treatment to minimize these risks.

Research conducted by the University of Oxford in 2018, analysing the treatment of adolescent scoliosis, found that wearing a back brace was an effective non-surgical intervention. The study, which was peer-reviewed and published, involved controlled groups of adolescents with scoliosis who were monitored for progress over several years.

Back braces are considered an integral part of treatment as they help halt the progression of the curve and reduce the need for surgery. The brace works by applying corrective pressure to the spine, helping to reduce the spinal curvature. Used consistently, a back brace can result in significant improvement in spinal alignment and overall posture.

Here’s where we delve into the specifics of how a particular type of product, the magnetic back brace, can revolutionize back health for men. Stay tuned to discover the unique features and benefits it promises.

Introducing the Magnetic Back Brace for Men: A Revolution in Back Health

Let’s face it – back pain can be debilitating. Whether you’re dealing with a chronic condition or an acute injury, you know how crucial it is to find relief. That’s where the Magnetic Back Brace for Men comes in, a game-changer in back health and your next step towards a pain-free life. Plus, it’s perfect for wearing around the house, at the gym, or while running, providing you with the support you need, whenever you need it.

Designed not just to alleviate pain but to rectify common postural problems, this back brace employs strategically placed magnets, providing targeted therapy for both your upper and lower back. But don’t worry – this isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Our back brace is available in five different sizes, so you can choose the perfect fit for your height.

Enjoy the Benefits of Improved Posture

If you’ve ever found yourself hunching over or slouching, you’re not alone. These posture problems are all too common, but they’re also easily corrected with our back brace. Not only does this brace provide targeted support to your upper and lower back, but it also helps soothe the aches and pains that come with bad posture. It’s ideal for treating and preventing a wide range of back injuries, from slipped discs and sciatica to muscle or ligament strains and arthritis.

Experience Unparalleled Comfort and Convenience

We’ve thought of everything when designing this back brace. Made from high-quality, lightweight, breathable materials, our brace is comfortable enough to wear all day long. It features padded arm straps that won’t dig into your shoulders and fully adjustable straps for the perfect fit. Plus, its slim, non-bulky design means you can wear it discreetly under your clothes.

Boost Your Recovery

The Magnetic Back Brace for Men isn’t just about preventing injury – it’s also a powerful tool for recovery. This brace features strategically placed magnets that provide magnetic therapy, a non-invasive and safe approach that uses static magnetic fields to enhance the body’s natural healing process.

Magnetic therapy is believed to help with pain relief and injury recovery by improving circulation and reducing inflammation. It works by altering the body’s magnetic field, which in turn promotes the production of endorphins, often referred to as natural painkillers. Furthermore, the therapy has been credited with optimizing the oxygen flow to tissues, accelerating the repair process of damaged muscles and tissues. In addition to magnetic therapy, the brace offers gentle compression that further boosts blood flow to your back, speeding up the healing process for weakened and damaged muscles.

For your peace of mind, we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee with every purchase. Please note that as this item contains magnets, it is not recommended for individuals with pacemakers, defibrillators, or other implanted medical devices. Results may vary, but we’re confident that you’ll love the comfort and support that our back brace provides. Try it for yourself today and take the first step towards a healthier, happier back.

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    by Greggory

    Took a little bit longer than expected to arrive but very comfortable to wear and works very well.

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    Works good for protecting back when exercising!

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