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Serola 60" Sacroiliac Belt for Back Pain

  • Belt to support lower back and ease discomfort
  • Treats back and sacroiliac pain and joint instability
  • Can prevent acute pain from becoming chronic
  • Eases symptoms and aids in active rehabilitation

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Serola 60" Sacroiliac Belt for Back Pain

Back support belts often just ease the pain of pain, however, we believe they should actively help in aiding rehabilitation too. The Serola 60" Sacroiliac Belt for Back Pain works by holding the sacrum to the ilia with proper tension, so that during rehabilitative exercises, as you bring the ilia backward, the belt carries the sacrum with it. This creates correct realignment and removes stress from the area, helping patients to feel better and actually heal at the same time.

What's Included?

  • 1 x Serola Belt

What If My Hips Are Too Narrow?

 The Serola Belt is also available in smaller variations that are ideal for users with small - standard size hips.

Key Features

  • Comfortable support for pre/post partum hyper-mobility and symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD)
  • Treats lower back pain, sacroiliac pain and joint instability
  • Helps correct joint biomechanics
  • Encourages ligamentous remodelling
  • Provides pelvic support
  • Aids myofascial rehabilitation
  • Suitable for occupational, post-traumatic, degenerative or compensatory hyper-mobility/instability
  • Immediate support for people with overworked girdle muscles and painful hip joints
  • Valuable aid to post-operative rehabilitation, especially for Trendelenburg positives
  • Can be worn during and after pregnancy
  • Can be worn over or under clothing
  • No hard parts or buckles to cut or chafe
  • Breathable, cool fabric for day-in day-out comfort
  • Supplied with a 12-month guarantee

How Do I Fit the Serola Belt?

To find out more about fitting the belt, please watch the video below:

Where Can This Sacroiliac Belt Be Used?

Since the Serola Sacroiliac Belt offers support to the base of the spine, strength is increased throughout the back, hips and legs to greatly reduce the risk of injury. Users of the Serola belt include:

  • Maternity units
  • Physiotherapy clinics
  • Amateur and professional sports teams
  • Hospitals
  • Care homes

Which Conditions Is the Serola Belt Suitable For?

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is suitable for a range of conditions affecting your lower back. This includes:

  • Disc herniation
  • Facet syndrome
  • Hip degeneration
  • Lateral canal stenosis
  • Pubic symphysis dysfunction
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Sciatica

How Does the Serola Sacroiliac Belt Work?

The Serola Belt is designed to hold the sacroiliac joint together, so the likelihood of it opening beyond normal between treatments is greatly reduced. During rehabilitation, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt holds the sacrum to the ilia with the proper tension, so that, during exercises, as you bring the ilia backward, it carries the sacrum with it.

The ligaments are not stressed and the joint remains intact, which is critical for proper rehabilitation. Too much or too little tension will create muscular spasm and inhibition.

Can I Wear the Serola Belt Under Clothing?

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt has been engineered to provide maximum support and comfort in a low profile and lightweight design. Therefore, the choice to wear the belt under or over clothing is based strictly on your preferences. The belt is just as effective either way.

What Is the Serola Sacroiliac Support Belt Made From?

The Serola Belt is comprised of two layers: the first is a non-elastic layer that is very similar to neoprene but breathable and hypoallergenic. It's soft, comfortable and non-slip.

The second layer is an elastic layer comprised of elastic pull straps which are fastened second, after the first layer is pulled snug. This layer provides additional compression and resilience, and is tightened according to personal preference and comfort.

Can I Wear the Serola Belt While Sleeping?

Yes, wearing the Serola Sacroiliac Belt during sleep can enhance comfort and significantly improve the quality of your sleep. If you tend to awake feeling sore and tight, the Serola Belt should help.

Can I Wear the Serola Belt During Exercise?

Yes, you should wear the Serola Belt while performing any activity that involves bending, lifting or twisting. Wearing the belt while exercising ensures that the sacroiliac joint is protected, minimising the chances of sustaining an injury.

Can I Wear the Serola Belt During Pregnancy?

During pregnancy, the ligaments, under hormonal influences, become lax and stretch to allow the pelvis to spread for delivery. Accordingly, some back muscles tighten and some belly muscles loosen.

By stabilising the pelvis, the Serola Belt takes the pressure off the sacroiliac and symphysis pubis ligaments, so the muscles can work normally. Therefore, the tight back muscles relax and the loose belly muscles firm up to both help support the baby during pregnancy, and help shrink the hips after delivery.

Which Size Should I Select If I Am Pregnant?

If you are pregnant, we recommend using our sizing guidelines above as standard. If you fall on or within an inch of a sizing boundary and are pregnant, we recommend selecting the larger size belt as your hips will gradually begin to widen.

How Long Can I Wear the Serola Sacroiliac Belt?

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt can be worn 24 hours a day and seven days a week, even while sleeping. There is no limitation to how long the belt can be worn and wearing the belt for long periods of time will not cause any negative effects.

How Do I Wash My Serola Belt?

The Serola Belt should be hand washed in cold water. Rinse well in cold water to remove soap residue from the small open cells in the foam, then line dry.

What Is the Width of the Belt?

The belt is 3" (8cm) in width.

Safety Precautions

Please note: The Serola Belt offers prolonged relief, but is not intended as a cure on its own.

During painful episodes, the belt should be worn as much as possible during the day and night. If increased pain, irritation, or rash is encountered while wearing the belt, discontinue use and see a doctor. Because constriction of the abdomen may alter blood flow in susceptible people, it is advisable to check your blood pressure with use of this or any other belt.

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