Back Products / EXOS® FORM™ II 631
EXOS® FORM™ II 631
The EXOS FORM™ II 631 provides a higher degree of spinal support and relief from a wide range of indications from acute lower back pain to postoperative support. The EXOS FORM™ II 631 provides superior sagittal control and support from T9-S1.
- V-STX™ Material
A patented, thermoformable material used with the posterior, anterior and lordotic inserts, allows for true customization and ideal patient fit.
- ComfortCORE™ Foam
Conforms to the unique contours of a patient’s body, adjusts instantly to individual movements.
- Diamond2 Grid™
Uniquely designed construct, delivers patients’ a more durable, longer-wearing brace.
- BOA® Fit System
The micro-adjustable BOA® Fit System allows for a fast, effortless, precision fit through a customizable and seamless level of support.
- Adjustable Belt Wings
Modifiable belt accommodates varying patient body structures for optimal fit.
- Modular Design
Step-up / Step-down design allows for single brace use through rehabilitation and recovery.
- Semi-Universal Sizing
Removable circumference tape allows for accurate patient sizing.
- Sacroiliac Pain
- Acute and Chronic Lower Back Pain
- Lower Back Sprains / Strains
- Lumbar Disc Displacement
- Disc Herniation and Degeneration
- Post-Operative Laminectomy
- Post-Operative Disectomy
- Post-Operative Fusion
- Spinal Stenosis
- Stable / Non-Displaced Fractures
|S/M||28 - 50 in (71 - 127 cm)|
|L/XL||51 - 61 in (130 - 155cm)|
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Strengthening the back muscles with exercise is a good way to prevent injury, but if you have already suffered a strain, a lower back brace can help.
Best Brace for Lower Back Pain
Lower back braces temporarily do for you what your muscles can’t — hold you erect and in place and prevent further injury. We carry several kinds of lower back braces — how do you know which is the best lower back brace for you?
It depends on your condition. Different lower back braces are best to combat different symptoms. All our lower back braces offer support, and some offer compression as well. You may be looking for a lower back brace to promote stability and proper posture. If you are prone to back spasms, a back brace that restricts motion may help.
Talk to your doctor about your specific condition and ask for recommendations about the best back brace for lower back pain for you. While a back brace isn’t a cure, it can provide much-needed relief while you undergo treatment from a doctor or chiropractor. Additionally, if your doctor recommended surgery but you are trying to avoid this route, a back brace can help you stay more comfortable while you buy time.
Our back braces are strong, durable and made to last. You can wear yours all day and you can even wear it to sleep if necessary. These back braces are breathable, so they won’t make you sweaty, and they’re lightweight and fit easily under clothing, so you don’t have to worry about questions from nosy neighbors or co-workers.
Tired of sitting out every game, dance and activity? Get a lower back brace today.
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We are in-network with over 70 private insurance, workers’ compensation, and no-fault insurance companies.
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