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Delta 455X TLSO

Delta 455X TLSO

Indicated for sprains and strains of the thoracic region, back pain, and for prophylactic use, the Delta 455X TLSO is designed to provide motion restriction for the thoracic and lumbar regions.The posterior extends from the sacrococcygeal junction to just inferior of the scapular spine with tongues providing lateral strength. The anterior extends from the symphysis pubis to the sternal notch to restrict forward flexion and encourage proper posture. This user-friendly TLSO allows you to restrict the thoracic vertebra through precise compression with its unique closure system.

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HCPCS Code
LO455
Key Features
  • Adjustable anterior bar
  • Adjustable thoracic support
  • Light weight and durable construction
Indications for Use
  • Adjustable anterior bar
  • Adjustable thoracic support
  • Light weight and durable construction
Manufacturer
Comfortland
Manuf. Part No.
DL-455X
Size Chart
Universal

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