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The Sacroiliac Belt™ utilizes a comfortable base material and non-elastic strapping to compress the sacroiliac joint,re-stricting SI hypermobility, without inhibiting the function of nearby structures. SI pressure pads offer additional sacroiliac support and are removable for the application of FirstICE® SI cold therapy bags.Buy Direct from US Manufacturer: Sacroiliac Orthosis : Leave surgery for Sacroiliac Ligament Inflammation behind...??Our SI Belt has been designed for the conservative treatment of SacroiliacInflammation injuries to limit motion and maintain a healing...
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Sacroiliac Orthosis
Recommended for sprain or inflammation of the sacroiliac ligaments, arthritis, and pregnancy.
Sacroiliac orthosis, flexible, provides pelvic-sacral support, reduces motion about the sacroiliac joint, includes straps, closures, may include pendulous abdomen design, prefabricated, includes fitting and adjustment.

Materials:
• Breathable, anti-microbial material, specifically selected to reduce heat and moisture buildup while providing patient comfort and support

Fit & Function:
• Easy fit and application
• Velcro ® closure 
• Optional SI Pressure Pads
• Optional Sacroilliac FirstICE® cold therapy
Measure the circumference between iliac crest and the greater trochanter
Small 27 to 35 inches - 69 to 90 cm
Medium 35 to 45 inches - 90 to 114 cm
Large 45 to 55 inches - 114 to 140 cm



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1. Harold on 4/11/2011, said:

I've worn this to help with my arthritis. It's given a lot a pain relief to my aching back. I wear it when my arthritis flares up and helps me move around, it's light enough to wear under my clothes. Fits nice.
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