Lower Back Brace Support Belt For Sciatica, Scoliosis, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Back Pain Relief & Heavy Lifting

£16.99inc VAT

  • 1x Lower back brace Support Belt specially designed by BackReviver™ to support, compress and protect your back
  • For both Men & Women
  • Available in the following waist sizes:
    Medium – 2.1-2.4 feet or 25.2 Inches – 28.8 Inches
    Large – 2.4-2.7 feet or 28.8 Inches – 32.4 Inches
    Extra Large 2.7-3 feet or 32.4 Inches – 36 Inches
  • Features two fully adjustable straps that wrap around your lower back helping keep the brace securely in place whilst allowing you to quickly and easily adjust the support, compression and fit to suit your specific needs
  • Recommended for helping to ease a number of lower back injuries and conditions including Sciatica, Scoliosis, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Degenerative disc disease, Facet syndrome, Lumbar spinal stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Muscle or ligament strain as well as Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
  • Provides compression that boosts blood flow to your lower back helping to ease aches and pain, reduce inflammation and swelling and supply fresh oxygenated blood to damaged tissue helping to speed up the healing process of injuries
  • Designed to help support and realign your lower back, stomach and hips to improve your posture, ease strain and pressure off your spine and prevent back injuries from occurring
  • Inbuilt aluminium support rods help to protect your back by stabilizing and holding your lower back in the correct position to prevent movement which could twist and strain your injured back
  • Features a padded inside that will help to keep your lower back and stomach comfortable whilst protecting you from shocks and jolts which could damage your back
  • Ideal for wearing at the gym whilst exercising or when lifting heavy objects to improve your form and posture – Helps protect your back when lifting heavy objects by straightening your spine forcing you to lift from your legs more stopping you from putting pressure on your back
  • Made from soft padded materials with moisture wicking properties to keep your back dry, sweat free and feeling comfortable when wearing the brace for long periods of time
  • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee!

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

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Are you living with persistent lower back pain? Has this discomfort seeped into your everyday life, making even the most mundane tasks a source of dread? Perhaps it’s the result of poor posture, lifting heavy objects, or an underlying condition. This pain not only affects your mobility and comfort, but also significantly impacts your overall quality of life. What if we told you that there is a solution that can lend you support and relief? An effective way to manage and recover from your back pain is by using a Lower Back Brace.

How a Lower Back Brace Works: The Power of Support & Compression

A Lower Back Brace provides fundamental and essential support to your lower back. This support is crucial for maintaining good posture. You might be wondering, why is having a good posture so important? Well, poor posture – such as slouching or hunching over – puts undue stress on your lower back, leading to potential injuries and exacerbating existing pain.

By wearing a Lower Back Brace, you are essentially helping your back adopt a correct and healthy posture, reducing the risk of further damage. However, the benefits don’t stop there. By wearing a support brace, you also provide a compressive effect that is incredibly beneficial to the healing process.

Compression can bring about significant benefits. By applying pressure to the affected area, a Lower Back Brace can help reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, and improve circulation. This supply of fresh, oxygen-rich blood to your injured tissues can significantly speed up the healing process and provide soothing relief.

Understanding Your Pain: Different Injuries and Conditions

Now that we understand how a Lower Back Brace works, let’s explore the types of injuries and conditions that maybe causing your back pain and how wearing a lower back brace can provide relief:

Lower Back Strain

Lower back strain, often referred to as a pulled muscle, is a common lower back injury. It is typically caused by heavy lifting, a sudden movement or fall, poor posture, or overuse during physical activity. These strains affect the muscles and ligaments in your back, stretching them too far or causing tiny tears. Symptoms can include pain and stiffness in the lower back, as well as muscle spasms.

This type of injury is quite common, accounting for a significant proportion of musculoskeletal problems in the UK. Individuals who are more susceptible to this injury are those who perform heavy lifting at work or lead a sedentary lifestyle, which weakens the back muscles over time.

Ignoring a lower back strain can lead to chronic back pain and long-lasting complications, which is why it is crucial to seek treatment. A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine highlighted the effectiveness of wearing a Lower Back Brace in managing lower back strains. It can provide stability and reduce strain on your muscles and ligaments, which promotes healing and reduces pain.

Arthritis Affecting the Back

Arthritis is a common condition that causes pain and inflammation in a joint. When it affects the back, it can cause chronic discomfort and limit mobility. Statistics from the UK indicate that about 10 million people have arthritis. This condition is particularly common in people over 50 and in women more than men.

The tell-tale signs of arthritis in the back include pain, stiffness, swelling, and reduced range of motion. Arthritis can affect any part of the back, but it most often affects the lower back. The primary causes of arthritis are age, previous injury, obesity, genetics, and certain autoimmune diseases.

A study conducted by the University of Nottingham found that using a lower back support brace significantly reduced pain and improved function for individuals with lower back arthritis. A brace works by providing support, reducing pressure on the joints, and promoting correct posture, which can ease the symptoms of arthritis.

Slipped Disc

A slipped disc, also known as a herniated or prolapsed disc, is a condition where the disc of the spine ruptures and the gel inside leaks out. This condition can cause severe pain when it presses on the nerves. In the UK, about one in every thousand people experience a slipped disc each year.

The symptoms of a slipped disc include sudden and severe lower back pain, numbness, tingling sensation and weakness in the back, buttocks, legs and feet. This condition is more common in individuals between 30 to 50 years old, and those who engage in physically demanding activities that put strain on the back.

Without treatment, a slipped disc can lead to permanent nerve damage, loss of bowel or bladder control, or even paralysis. A study done by the North American Spine Society found that wearing a back brace can help support the spine and reduce pressure on the damaged disc, thereby relieving pain and promoting healing.


Sciatica is a condition that results from irritation of the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back down to the feet.

The telltale symptoms of sciatica include pain in the lower back, hip, buttock and leg on the side of the body that is affected. This pain can be sharp or dull, it may feel like a jolt or a cramp, and it may worsen when you sit, cough, or sneeze. The pain is often persistent and can be accompanied by other symptoms such as numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness in the affected leg or foot.

The most common cause of sciatica is a herniated disc in the lower spine. Other risk factors include age, obesity, occupation and diabetes. Prolonged sitting and a sedentary lifestyle can also contribute to the development of sciatica.

Treatment is essential to manage the symptoms and prevent further problems. Untreated, sciatica can lead to permanent nerve damage, loss of feeling in the affected limb, and even loss of movement.

A study conducted by the University of Oxford found that using a lower back brace can provide significant relief for sciatica sufferers. The brace provides compression and stability to the lower back, reducing stress on the sciatic nerve and easing the pain.


Scoliosis is a medical condition in which a person’s spine has a sideways curve. The curve is usually “S” or “C” shaped. The prevalence of scoliosis is about 3% of the population.

Signs and symptoms of scoliosis may include uneven shoulders, one shoulder blade appearing more prominent than the other, uneven waist or one hip higher than the other. The cause of most scoliosis is unknown, although it appears to involve hereditary factors, as the disorder tends to run in families.

Those at risk include children and adolescents who are undergoing a growth spurt just before puberty. Females are more likely than males to have the type of scoliosis that might require treatment.

Ignoring severe scoliosis can lead to complications such as lung and heart damage, back problems, and appearance changes.

A British Medical Journal study cites the effectiveness of lower back braces in managing scoliosis, particularly in adolescents. The brace works by applying corrective pressure to the spine, helping to prevent further curvature.

Herniated Disc

A herniated disc refers to a problem with one of the rubbery cushions or discs between the individual bones that stack up to make your spine. This condition is common, affecting around 20% of people aged 35 to 55 years.

Symptoms include arm or leg pain, numbness or tingling, and muscle weakness. The condition is caused by aging, but can also result from strain due to heavy lifting.

Those who are obese, smoke, are physically inactive or have a physically demanding job are more at risk. Ignoring this condition can lead to permanent nerve damage, saddle anesthesia, and loss of bowel or bladder control.

A comprehensive study in the Spine Journal highlights the advantages of using a lower back brace in treating a herniated disc. The brace offers support and stability to the spine, reducing pressure on the affected disc and relieving pain.


Spondylolisthesis is a condition where one of the bones in your spine, known as a vertebra, slips out of position. This can cause lower back pain, stiffness, and numbness that extends to your legs.

It is not precisely known how common this condition is, but it is more prevalent in older adults due to wear and tear. Factors such as genetics, overuse due to sports, and having a job that puts strain on your back increase the risk of developing this condition.

Untreated spondylolisthesis can lead to chronic pain, permanent nerve damage, and in severe cases, loss of control over bladder or bowel movements. A study published in the European Spine Journal found that wearing a Lower Back Support Brace can greatly assist in managing spondylolisthesis. The brace provides needed support and stability to the back, reducing pain and aiding in the healing process.

Each of these conditions highlights the importance of proper treatment and the potential benefits of using a lower back support brace. Not only can these braces provide relief from pain and discomfort, they can also assist in the healing process and prevent further damage.

Introducing the Innovative Lower Back Brace Support Belt from BackReviver

Now that you’re more aware of how a lower back brace works and the different injuries and conditions one can help treat and prevent, allow us to introduce you to this innovative Lower back brace Support Belt designed by BackReviver. With the BackReviver Lower Back Brace Support Belt, you aren’t just purchasing a product, you’re investing in a healthy and comfortable back.

Just the Support you Need

Designed with both men and women in mind, this versatile support belt is engineered to provide relief and protection for a variety of conditions, from Sciatica and Scoliosis to herniated disc and back pain and is essential for those who routinely engage in Heavy lifting.

The brace features two fully adjustable straps that wrap around your lower back. These straps help keep the brace securely in place while allowing you to quickly and easily adjust the support, compression, and fit to suit your specific needs. It’s not just a brace, it’s a partner in your journey of recovery or strength building.

A Prescription of Well-being

Quite often, health professionals recommend our brace to their patients. It aims to treat and prevent a number of lower back injuries and conditions including but not limited to Sciatica, Scoliosis, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Degenerative disc disease, Facet syndrome, Lumbar spinal stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Muscle or ligament strain as well as Arthritis and Osteoarthritis.

Boosted Recovery

Our support belt provides compression. This has a ripple effect of boosting blood flow to your lower back, reducing inflammation and swelling. This allows fresh, oxygenated blood to reach damaged tissue, which can speed up the healing process of injuries. Let’s face it, a faster recovery time is a game changer.

Level Up on Stability and Comfort

This brace isn’t just about support, it’s about comfort too. Inbuilt aluminium support rods help protect your back by realigning, stabilizing, and supporting your lower back, stomach, and hips. This effort to improve your posture eases strain and pressure off your spine and prevents back injuries from occurring.

The inside of the brace features a cozy padded layer. This helps to absorb shocks and jolts, shielding your back from potential damage. The fabric also has moisture wicking properties. This keeps your back dry and sweat-free, ensuring comfort even when wearing the brace for extended periods of time.

Your Ultimate Gym Companion

The BackReviver brace is ideal for use at the gym, during exercise, or when lifting heavy objects. It enhances your form and posture, protects your back during heavy lifting by straightening your spine, which in turn encourages you to lift more from your legs, taking the pressure off your back.

Includes a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!

The BackReviver Lower Back Brace Support Belt comes with a full 30-day money-back guarantee. This means you can try it, and if it doesn’t meet your expectations, you can return it within the specified period. You’re not just buying a back brace; you’re investing in a solution that enhances your well-being and quality of life.


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    by Amina Farouk

    Having recently taken up weightlifting, I started experiencing some pretty serious lower back pain. My friend suggested I try this lower back support, and I’m glad I did. It provides the extra stability I need during my workouts. I love that it’s breathable and doesn’t make me sweaty. However, I do wish it came in more sizes as the fit could be better. Nonetheless, it’s been great in preventing my back from feeling like it’s been through a wringer after every session.

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    by Samira Al-Zahid

    After struggling for months with nagging lower back pain from sitting at my desk all day, I finally decided to invest in a lower back support. Let me just say, I wish I had done this sooner! Within a week, the sharp twinges I used to feel every time I stood up started to fade away. It’s like my back finally got the TLC it deserved.
    The material is super comfortable, and it feels quite sturdy, too. No more shifting around in my chair trying to find that sweet spot of comfort. My posture has improved noticeably, and the support even gives a gentle reminder to sit up straight. Plus, the sleek design means I can wear it under my clothes without looking like I’m packing on the pounds. I’ve even taken it to the gym a few times, and it holds up well during light workouts. Honestly, I was skeptical at first, but if you’re on the fence, you wont regret it!

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Lower back brace belt For easing and treating Sciatica, Scoliosis, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Back Pain Relief & Heavy Lifting

Lower Back Brace Support Belt For Sciatica, Scoliosis, Slipped Disc, Herniated Disc, Back Pain Relief & Heavy Lifting

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