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Back Support Belts

Our range of back support belts are designed to support and improve back posture, thus treating and managing lower back pain. In our range you'll find back supports that can help with conditions such as: sciatica, slipped disc, facet syndrome and degenerative disc disease.

PhysioRoom Magnetic Lower Back Support Belt

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£9.99
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PhysioRoom Slimming Belt

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£6.99
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ProCare Maternity Belt

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£25.99
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Back Support Belts

Back Support Belts for Posture and Injury

Back support braces with metal stays and provides the best possible combination of support, compression, heat retention and comfort. The support provided by the metal stays improves your posture and restricts movement to aid treatment of back problems such as a slipped disc, degenerative disc disease and sciatica. Fully adjustable bi-lateral tension straps allow the wearer to personalise the fit and pressure application to suit their own requirements. These lower back supports help to provide relief from back pain in the lumbar spine, pelvis and sacroiliac joints and helps to alleviate symptoms whilst providing lumbar stability and support in the area that it is needed most. Back supports and support belts with made from neoprene with added compression are ideal for easing back pain. The heat provided by the back brace can help to ease back muscle spasms and lower back pain associated with a herniated disc and spinal stenosis.

What is a back-support belt?

A back-support belt is usually a minimalist brace that can be easily worn underneath clothing to provide additional support for the lower back. Conditions such as sciaticasciatica, disc injuries, facet joint degeneration or spondylolysis may all benefit from additional support around the spine. Back braces are designed to be lightweight but offer comfortable protection to be worn throughout the day and allow activities such as lifting, walking and sitting to be carried out with less strain and to help guard against further injury. Back braces will help support muscles around the lower back and maintain a better posture during activities so injuries to the back can heal.

Should I sleep with a back-support belt on?

No. There is usually no need to sleep with a back support on. If you were in terrible pain and found relief this way then it could be used whilst lying down, however, there is no great advantage of wearing a back-support to sleep. Instead, a pillow may be positioned under the spine, pelvis or hips to help support the spine in a better posture.