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Elite Air Decompression LSO
The Elite Air Decompression LSO (lumbar sacral orthosis) combines the support of rigid panels with a decompression lumbar belt to support and relieve pain. The front and back panels are removeable to offer continued therapy options during recovery. The back panel extends from the sacrococcygeal junction to the T-9 vertebra. Decompression of the lower spine is accomplished through expansion of the lumbar belt from 5.1” to 7.9” (13 – 20cm) which aids in relaxing muscle spasms and relieves pain.
Air Decompression Belt
- Vertically expands approximately 2 inches from 5.1 inches tall before inflation to 7.9 inches tall after inflation
- Decompression expands intervertebral disc space to relieve pain
- Unloads weight bearing from lower back to hip
- Thin and lightweight, can be worn under clothing
Traditional Lumbar Support with Versatile Step-Down Support
- Provides support and stability
- Restricts harmful movements
- 2 removeable rigid panel supports: 1 anterior panel, 1 posterior panel
- Step-down support through removeable panels for patient progression
- Posterior panel extends from the sacrococcygeal junction to the T-9 vertebra
- Adjustable air decompression
- Rigid front and back (anterior and posterior) panels for superior support
- Removeable panels for step-down support
- Relaxes muscle spasms
- Prevents and relieves back pain
- Extender panel increases the circumference up to 8 inches
- Burst fracture
- Bulging or herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Post-operative recovery
- Spinal stenosis
|Small||26 – 32 inches|
|Medium||32 – 36 inches|
|Large||36 – 40 inches|
|XLarge||40 – 46 inches|
|2XLarge||46 – 52 inches|
|3XLarge||52 – 58 inches|
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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.