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EXOS® FORM™ II 627
The EXOS FORM™ II 627 (with anterior panel) provides relief from a wide range of indications from mild to acute lower back pain, as well as post-operative support. The EXOS FORM™ II 627 provides sagittal control and support from L-1 to L-5.
- 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
|S/M||28 - 50 in (71 - 127 cm)|
|L/XL||51 - 61 in (130 - 155cm)|
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Shoulder pain has a wide variety of sources. You may have had a fall or another type of accident that led to a sprain, strain, rotator cuff injury or dislocation. Alternatively, you may have a chronic condition such as bursitis, arthritis, frozen shoulder or neuropathy.
Regardless of what caused your shoulder pain, a shoulder brace can often help. Shoulder braces offer support and compression, which keeps your joint in place and relieves pain. Plus, some of our shoulder braces come with adjustable telescoping arms, so you only need one brace for all positions.
Our shoulder braces are comfortable and easy to get on and off — you never have to worry about needing help.
For more information about what type of shoulder brace is best for your condition or whether your insurance will cover your purchase, contact us today.