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Rachis EXo

Rachis EXo

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For non-surgical Lumbar / Lumborsacral support, we offer the Rachis EXo LO/LSO line. Featuring a patent pending compression closure system (CCS), the Innovative design allows the orthosis to accommodate a wide variation of body types without sacrificing the nessary support needed to stabilize the injured back. The Rachis EXo is designed specifically to be the most patient compliant, comfortable, non-surgical spinal support on the market. Rigid removable posterior, anterior, and lateral panels in conjunction with the CCS provides superior support without compromising comfort.Buy Direct from US Manufacturer: Rachis EXo : For non-surgical Lumbar / Lumborsacral support, we offer the Rachis EXo LO/LSO line. Featuring a patent pending compression closure system (CCS), the Innovative design allows the orthosis to accommoda... $95.55 
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews. 2011-08-01


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9" Posterior Panel L1-L5
11821
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12" Posterior Panel L1-L5
11902
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14" Posterior Panel S1-T9
11823
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Rachis EXo
  • Breathable, solvent-free anti-microbial contruction
  • Patent pending compression closure system (CCS)
  • Ezy-on handgrip to better facilitate easy application and compression
  • Posterior Panel provides sagittal control
  • Add Anterior Panel to inhibit spinal extension and maximize interacavitary pressure
  • Add Lateral Panels for coronal control
Waist Sizing:
Measure the widest point around the umbilicus, or the widest point around the body between the mid-trochanter to mid-axilla. Proper sizing is essential for product effectiveness. The orthosis should fit tightly enough to provide even, constant pressure without having any impact on the patient's breathing.
Determining LSO posterior panel height:
The superior border of the band should be at the level of T9 - T10. Approximately 1 to 3 inches below the inferior angles of the scapula depending on physician's preference. Higher band placement results in better restriction of motion in the lumbar spine. Posteriorly the mid portion of the band should lie above the inferior edge of the sacrum and below the posterior-superior iliac spines. To achieve effective posterior distal pressure the band should be shaped to be as low as possible on the sacrum while allowing for comfort and cosmesis. It should not impinge on the patient's ribs or groin when seated.






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1. SENDY on 8/1/2011, said:

I've had degenerative disk disease for a few months and working with this brace to support my aching back and really helped me. I can walk to the store, get out and work in my garden again, just move around with a lot more ease. Being able to move around well, post-op support has been great, I've got a lot less back pain, it's really helping my spine and the pain relief has been very much welcomed.
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