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Legend 637 Spinal Brace
The Legend 637 deploys unique opposing force technology to accelerate healing in the lumbar spine. Patients often experience pain relief from the compression and postural improvement that the Legend 637 provides. When the straps are pulled properly (outward and upward at a 45 degree angle),
the straps work simultaneously to lift and compress the patients’ anterior weight. The result is a distinct postural improvement and often a significant improvement in pain symptoms.
- Relieves load on lumbar discs
- Disc space creation can alleviate nerve root impingement
- Low profile design for maximum patient compliance and comfort
- Unique design lifts and holds the patients’ anterior weight
- Easy to clean and dry
- Posterior Panel Extends from the Sacrococcygeal Junction to the T-9 vertebrae
- Side lateral panels provide maximum lateral stability
- Chronic Lumbar Instability
- Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Chronic Back Pain
- Spinal Stenosis
- Herniated Lumbar Disc
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