Back Supports & Braces

Our selection of back supports and back braces can be used for back pain caused by many conditions. These may include sciatica, a slipped disc or sacroiliac joint pain. They can also be used if you suffer from facet syndrome, spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease. Or, our supports and braces are suitable for all-round back rehabilitation.

Cotton Maternity Support Belt

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£14.99
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DonJoy Comfortform Back Brace Support Belt

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£38.99
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Elastic Neoprene Lumbar Support

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£15.99
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Maternity Support Belt

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£9.99
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McDavid Back Stabiliser Support

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£62.99
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Mesh Lumbar Brace

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£14.99
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Neo G Lumbosacral Back Support Brace

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£51.99
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Pelvic Support Belt

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£14.99
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PhysioRoom Back Brace Support

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£29.99
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PhysioRoom Clavicle Support Brace

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£8.99
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PhysioRoom Elite Lower Back Support

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£19.99
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PhysioRoom Elite Sports Back Brace

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£35.99
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PhysioRoom Ergonomic Chair Back Seat Support

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£6.99
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PhysioRoom Magnetic Lower Back Support Belt

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£9.99
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PhysioRoom Memory Foam Flexible Seat Cushion

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£8.99
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PhysioRoom Orthopaedic Memory Foam Chair Seat Cushion

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£12.99
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PhysioRoom Orthopaedic Memory Foam Seat Cushion

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£13.99
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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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Ultimate Performance Neoprene Back Support Brace

DELIVERY within 10 working days
£17.99
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FAQs

What Is The Best Back Brace For Lower Back Pain?

The best back support depends on your individual needs, size and level of activity. But some great designs available at Physioroom include the elite back brace and elite sports back brace. These provide optimum support, compression and comfort. Twin pulls on either side allow a fit that suits you. They also allow for adjustment to provide the exact support you need. The neoprene back support provides comfort to alleviate lower back, sacroiliac or pelvic pain.

What Is The Best Back Brace For Posture?

Back supports that support the upper back and shoulders are the best for improving posture. Posture correctors are designed to encourage proper spine alignment. They do this by gently pulling your shoulders back to relieve pressure on the back muscles. The added support from a back posture corrector also relieves back pain.

PhysioRoom stocks a range of back straighteners that can be worn under clothing. These are perfect for wearing while at the office or at work. Make sure you don't suffer from preventable back pain while at work. Adjustable straps make it easy to find the right configuration that is both comfortable and beneficial for your posture.

Is a Back-Support Good For Back Pain?

Yes, a back support can help take the strain away from the lower back. This can help if it's painful and affecting walking, work or day-to-day life. Back supports are not designed to be a permanent cure. The cause of the pain can be addressed through strengthening or stretching. But a back support can help reduce symptoms and protect the injury so healing can begin.

Do Back Braces Work For Lifting?

Yes, back braces can help reduce the load on the spine when lifting heavy items. Often muscles, ligaments, individual vertebrae or vertebral discs can be injured with lifting. So a back brace can help disperse the load and reduce the chance of injuries or strains.

Are you are looking for a product to effectively support and improve your back posture? Are you trying to manage lower back pain? Then you need to check out our wide range of back supports. We also sell sports supports. Our range of office seat cushions are designed to relieve back pain while supporting and improving back posture. Whether it's sitting in the car, at home or at the office, our seat cushions help to maintain the natural curve of the spine.

Pain Relief

To help relieve muscle tension and spasms, you may be considering wearing a back brace. Select a support depending on your injury for maximum effectiveness. Low-back pain and chronic pain can be alleviated with a suitable brace.

A Range of Compressions

For a range of motion and a product in a universal size, choose one of our adjustable support belts. Their elastic material makes for a breathable design. Available in a range of sizes and designs.

Post-Spine Surgery

Following spinal surgery, you may be advised during physical therapy to wear a back brace. Proper lumbar strapping can help to support the spinal column and minimise re-injury. All whilst aiding rehabilitation.

Lumbar Brace

Whether you need support for the lumbar spine or thoracic spine, you can find a supportive brace in this range. For the latter, you may also want to check out our shoulder supports.

Posture Correctors

Poor posture can be a symptom of sitting at a desk too long. To maintain healthy posture, even if you don't have an active lifestyle, invest in a posture corrector. These types of brace encourage an upright posture and posture improvements can lead to pain mitigation.