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BACK BRACE II - TLSO
The DonJoy Back Brace II TLSO accommodates the appropriate motion restriction throughout the healing process. The lightweight design includes a patented Mechanical Advantage Pulley System, a quick-release shoulder strap buckle, and an easy to use thoracic adjustment. All these features allow for the patient to control and relieve acute pain often associated with anomalies of the spine such as osteoporosis, compression fractures, spinal stenosis, strain, and excessive kyphosis.
- Rigid anterior and posterior panels restrict forward flexion and trunk rotation.
- Panels are easily removed and can be thermoformed for customized fit.
- Telescoping sternal Y-Bar can be adjusted to desired height or locked into position.
- Sternal Y-Bar can be bent and custom fitted to the desired angle.
- Quick release shoulder buckles allow for easy donning and doffing.
- Features the patented Mechanical Advantage Pulley System.
Ideal for Low Back Pain, Low Back Sprains/Strains, Lumbar Disc Displacement, Osteoporosis, Disc Herniation and Degneration, Post-Operative Laminectomy, Post-Operative Disectomy, IDET Procedure, Spondylolisthesis, Post-Operative Fusion, Spinal Stenosis, Compression Fractures, and Scoliosis. Intended for acute pain relief by thoracic postural extension alignment, compression fractures of the thoracic spine, early onset through variable stages of osteoporosis, pre and post-surgical protocols, thoracic mechanical back pain and kyphosis.
- 11-1585-2, Small
- 11-1585-3, Medium
- 11-1585-4, Large
- 11-1585-5, XLarge
- 11-1585-6, 2XLarge
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Pain in the elbow can be the result of an accident such as a fall or car crash, or an injury from playing sports, such as with tennis elbow. Diagnoses include fracture, dislocation, ligament injuries, ruptured tendons and cubital tunnel syndrome.
To promote healing of an elbow injury, the elbow must be immobilized at precisely the angle necessary as it relates to the injury and the patient’s individual anatomy. That’s why the elbow brace may at first look complicated, but once you have the correct angle set, all you need to do is put it on and take it off every day.
Wearing an elbow brace is much less trouble than a cast, and it works infinitely better than a compression sleeve.
To learn more about Elite Medical Supply’s elbow braces or if your Medicare plan will cover it, contact us today.