LumboTrain Lumbar Support

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  • Bauerfeind LumboTrain
  • Bauerfeind LumboTrain
  • LumboTrain  Lumbar Support

LumboTrain® Active support for strain relief and stabilization of lumbar spine

Lumbago, sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SIJD): there are many names for pain in the lower back. LumboTrain® active supports can help. The triangular friction pad in the support provides a stimulating massage effect to the muscles of the lower back with every movement to help to reduce tension in the lumbar region and relieve pain.

  • Supports and massages the muscles of the lower back
  • For treating pain and tension
  • Comfortable, breathable knitted fabric

Effective with no side effects
Many people who suffer from chronic back pain reach regularly for the painkillers. This can be harmful for their health. LumboTrain® has no side effects. Wearing a LumboTrain® active support is a helpful way of reducing back pain and becoming more mobile - with no need for pain medicine.

A hand on your back
The three-dimensional active knitted fabric of the LumboTrain® provides support in the lumbar region. The breathable, skin-friendly material adapts perfectly to fit any body shape. LumboTrain® Lady is also specially designed for the female body. The soft edges ensure it will not dig into you, and even if you wear it for a long time, it feels as comfortable as a supporting hand on your back.

Velcro® fastenings and practical hand straps allow for easy application and adjustment, even for people with arthritis.

Indications
Lumbago, sacroiliac joint dysfunction - SIJD syndrome (acute)
Degeneration/muscular weakness in the spine (mild)

Additional indications:
Discectomy
Conservative treatment following prolapse
Low back pain (Lumbago)
Back Strain/Back Sprain
Sciatica
Lumbosacral Radiculitis
Degenerative joint disease (arthritis, OA, RA)
Lumbrisacral Muscular Instability
Chronic postural disorders
Bone formation disorders
Minor instability of the lumbosacral spine
Muscle strain
Post Trauma Care
Decompression Therapy