Lower Back Support Brace

£16.99inc VAT

  • 1x Lower Back Support Brace designed by BackReviver™ to help ease lower back pain and injuries
  • For both Men & Women
  • Available in a range of different 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
  • Recommended for people suffering from herniated or slipped discs, Sciatica, Scoliosis, Spondylolysis, Muscle or ligament strains, Muscle spasms, Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and more!
  • Improves your overall posture by realigning your hips and spine and supporting your lower back in the correct position helping to relieve pressure and prevent further damage and injury to your back
  • Provides soothing compression that increases blood flow to your lower back ideal for reducing swelling and inflammation, easing soreness and pain and for boosting and speeding up the natural healing process of injuries
  • Features inbuilt support rods that have been strategically placed to help increase stability and support and hold your back in the correct position to prevent movement which could cause twisting, straining and consequent damage to your back
  • Fully adjustable Velcro straps hold the brace securely in place preventing it from moving around rubbing against your body and causing uncomfortable chaffing
  • Made from premium medical grade materials that are lightweight, non bulky, breathable and with moisture wicking capabilities to help keep you dry, sweat free and feeling fresher for longer whilst you wear the brace
  • Ideal for sports use and wearing whilst working out to promote better form and posture to protect your back from injuries
  • 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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Have you suffered an injury to your back that’s causing discomfort or limiting your mobility? If so, you’re likely all too familiar with the debilitating effects such pain can have on your everyday life. Simple tasks may suddenly seem like insurmountable challenges due to the pain and lack of mobility. But what if we told you that a Lower Back Support Brace could significantly aid in your recovery process, helping you regain your independence and live pain-free?

How Does a Lower Back Support Brace Work?

Firstly, let’s delve a little bit into the science of a Lower Back Support Brace. This simple yet effective device is designed to provide support and protection to your lower back.

Improves overall posture 

The importance of proper posture cannot be overstated. For instance, an awkward twisting motion or a habit of slouching can strain the muscles and ligaments in your back, leading to injuries over time.

Maintaining good posture is, unfortunately, not as simple as it sounds. It demands a constant level of awareness and consistent rectification, which can be quite challenging amidst our busy lifestyles. This is where the Lower Back Support Brace becomes an invaluable asset. A Lower Back Support Brace effectively holds your spine in a neutral position, preventing such habits and promoting good posture a critical element in preventing and treating back injuries and associated pain.

Provides soothing relief for back pain and injuries 

Beyond correcting posture habits, wearing a brace is also beneficial in managing a variety of back injuries and conditions. If you are dealing with a herniated disc, sciatica, or even recovering from a back surgery, a brace can help alleviate your discomfort. It offers stability and restricts harmful movements that could potentially worsen the preexisting condition. By doing so, it not only aids in pain management but also prevents setbacks in your recovery process.

Moreover, a Lower Back Support Brace offers another significant benefit: compression. This is a term that refers to the application of controlled pressure to an injured area. Compression is known to provide soothing relief, ease pain, reduce inflammation and swelling, and enhance blood circulation. This increased blood flow delivers a fresh supply of oxygenated blood to damaged tissues, aiding in their repair and healing.

Backed by science

Studies have proven the effectiveness of back braces in improving posture and aiding in the treatment of back pain. A particular study published in the Journal of Medical and Health Sciences found that consistent use of a back brace resulted in significant improvements in posture and reduced discomfort. Another study in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation corroborated these findings, adding that back braces also help improve overall spine health.

In essence, a Lower Back Support Brace can play a critical role in correcting posture, managing back conditions, and in general, enhancing the quality of your life.

When to Use a Lower Back Support Brace?

Understanding when to wear a Lower Back Support Brace is just as crucial as knowing how it works. There are several scenarios where this device becomes invaluable:

  1. Injury Recovery: If you’ve suffered a back injury, wearing a brace can help prevent further damage during the recovery process. By providing support and immobilization, it allows your back to rest and heal.
  2. Pain Management: Chronic back pain can interfere with your everyday activities. A support brace can help manage this pain by aligning the spine and reducing pressure on pain points.
  3. Heavy Lifting: If your work or hobbies involve heavy lifting, a back brace can provide much-needed support, reducing the risk of strain or injury.
  4. Posture Improvement: Regular use of a back brace can help correct poor posture habits over time, leading to long-term benefits for your spinal health.

Exploring Various Back Injuries and Conditions: How a Lower Back Support Brace Provides Relief

Now, let’s take a closer look at the different injuries and conditions that can cause back pain and how the Lower Back Support Brace can help:

  1. Herniated Discs
    Herniated discs are a common issue affecting the lower back. This condition occurs when the soft cushioning between your spinal bones, also known as discs, rupture, causing the jelly-like substance inside to leak out. This can irritate nearby nerves and result in pain, numbness, or weakness in your lower back and legs. Approximately 1-5% of all adults suffer from herniated discs in their lifetime. Your risk for this condition increases with age, particularly if you’re aged between 30 to 50 years, and individuals leading a sedentary lifestyle or doing heavy physical work are more prone to it. One study suggests that wearing a lower back support brace can provide significant benefits to those suffering from herniated discs. The brace provides the much-needed support to the lower back, reducing pressure on the affected area and thus minimizing pain. Moreover, it helps maintain correct posture, which is crucial for preventing further damage.
  2. Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
    Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a condition where one or both of the joints that connect your lower spine and pelvis cause chronic pain. Symptoms include lower back pain, pain in the buttocks or thigh, and sometimes discomfort on one side of your body.It’s estimated that 15-30% of adults with lower back pain suffer from sacroiliac joint dysfunction. People with gait abnormalities, such as leg length discrepancy, are at a higher risk of developing this condition, as are women, due to hormonal changes during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. Various research has highlighted the effectiveness of using a lower back support brace for managing pain associated with sacroiliac joint dysfunction. By providing stability to the lower back and pelvis, the brace can alleviate pain and improve mobility.
  3. Degenerative Disc Disease
    Degenerative Disc Disease is a condition where one or more discs between the vertebrae of the spinal column deteriorate or break down. This can lead to pain, weakness, or numbness. Degenerative Disc Disease affects approximately 30% of people aged 30-50 years. Your risk increases if you smoke, are obese, or do heavy physical work. Studies have shown that using a lower back support brace can significantly enhance the quality of life of those with Degenerative Disc Disease. The brace helps to support the spine, reducing stress on the deteriorating discs and promoting better posture. This can reduce pain and prevent further disc degeneration.
  4. Spondylolisthesis
    Spondylolisthesis is a condition where a bone in your spine moves out of place. It can lead to lower back pain and stiffness, numbness, and weakness in your legs. About 5-7% of the population suffers from spondylolisthesis, with athletes being more at risk due to their high-impact activities. Research has demonstrated the benefits of wearing a lower back support brace for managing spondylolisthesis symptoms. The brace provides stability and support, helping to relieve pain and improve posture.
  5. Lumbar Strain
    A lumbar strain is a stretch injury to the ligaments, tendons, and/or muscles of the lower back. It is a common type of back injury, with over 80% of adults experiencing some form of lower back pain in their lifetime. The primary symptom of a lumbar strain is pain in the lower back that may spread to the buttocks and legs. It is often caused by physical overexertion, poor posture, or sudden movement. People who lead a sedentary lifestyle or perform heavy physical work are more at risk. A 2016 study published in the UK, reveals that the use of a lower back support brace can significantly reduce discomfort and increase mobility for individuals suffering from a lumbar strain. A lower back brace provides consistent support and stability to the lower back, helping to alleviate pain and allow the muscles to heal.
  6. Sciatica
    Sciatica refers to pain along the path of the sciatic nerve, which extends from the lower back, through the hips and buttocks, and down each leg. One in five people in the UK suffer from this condition. Symptoms include pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the lower back and legs. It is often caused by a herniated disk, bone spur on the spine, or narrowing of the spine. People over 40 are more prone to this condition. Wearing a lower back support brace can help to alleviate the symptoms of sciatica by reducing pressure on the sciatic nerve. A lower back brace can also improve posture, which can help to prevent further aggravation of the condition.
  7. Spinal Stenosis
    Spinal stenosis is a condition characterized by the narrowing of the spaces within your spine, which can put pressure on the nerves that travel through the spine. It is estimated that one in ten people over the age of 60 in the UK have some degree of spinal stenosis. Symptoms include back pain, numbness or weakness in the legs, and problems with bowel or bladder function. The condition is often caused by wear and tear changes in the spine due to osteoarthritis. A 2018 study shows that the use of a lower back brace can be beneficial for people with spinal stenosis. The brace provides additional support for the spine, reducing pressure on the nerves and helping to alleviate symptoms.

Remember, it’s always important to consult with a healthcare professional before beginning any new treatment plan including wearing a Lower Back Support Brace.

Introducing the BackReviver™ Lower Back Support Brace

Now that you know a little bit more about the workings of a lower back support brace, its usage and how it can aid in the treatment and prevention of various injuries and conditions, allow us to introduce the innovative Lower Back Support Brace by BackReviver™.

A Tailored Solution for Both Men and Women

This is not just any other lower back support brace; it is a meticulously designed medical device recommended for both men and women experiencing lower back pain and injuries. This brace is often highly endorsed by physiotherapists for treating and preventing an array of back related maladies such as herniated or slipped discs, Sciatica, Scoliosis, Spondylolysis, muscle or ligament strains, muscle spasms, Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and much more!

Enhance Your Posture, Protect Your Back

The BackReviver™ brace is designed to enhance your overall posture. It realigns your hips and spine and supports your lower back in the correct position. This relieves pressure and prevents further damage and injury to your back. With regular use, you can bid adieu to your lower back issues and step into a healthier future.

Boost Healing with Soothing Compression

Our brace provides soothing compression that increases blood flow to your lower back. This is ideal for reducing swelling and inflammation, easing soreness and pain, and speeding up the natural healing process of injuries. Experience the power of natural recovery with the BackReviver™ brace!

Built-in Support Rods for Increased Stability

The brace features inbuilt support rods strategically placed to increase stability. These rods hold your back in the correct position and prevent movement that could cause twisting, straining, and consequent damage to your back. This makes it ideal for wearing during heavy lifting, exercising at the gym, playing sports, or running to maintain proper form and posture.

Fully Adjustable for Your Comfort

The BackReviver™ brace features fully adjustable Velcro straps that hold the brace securely in place. This prevents it from moving around and causing uncomfortable chaffing, allowing you to wear the brace comfortably throughout the day.

Premium Quality for Superior Comfort

Our brace is made from premium medical-grade materials that are lightweight, non-bulky, breathable, and endowed with moisture-wicking capabilities. This helps keep you dry, sweat-free, and feeling fresh for longer while you wear the brace.

Your Satisfaction, Our Promise

We are so confident in the quality and effectiveness of our BackeReviver brace that we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee. That’s our commitment to you – if you’re not satisfied, we’ll make it right.

In conclusion, the BackReviver™ Lower Back Support Brace is more than just a brace. It’s a solution designed to help you achieve a healthier back and a happier life. Don’t let back pain hold you back. Step into a more comfortable future with BackReviver™.


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    by Terence O.

    Wearing this support belt has definitely helped me after getting diagnosed with a bulging disc. Worn it everyday now for past three weeks and it has eased my back pain considerably and stopped me slouching and making things worse for myself… Would highly recommend!!!

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