The Serola Sacroiliac Belt - one of the highest rated sacroiliac back support belts
Thursday, 16 August 2012 | Paul
Key product: Serola Sacroiliac Belt
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt has been specifically designed for sacroiliac pain such as chronic back pain, lower back pain, side pain, pinched nerve, hip pain and maternity pain. The Serola belt works by compressing and supporting the sacroiliac joints, relieving the pain caused by stress and instability of the joints. Through the use of the Serola Sacroiliac Belt strength is increased in the legs, hips and back as the belt offers support to the base of the spine. As body is strengthened at the crucial sacroiliac joints, the chances of injury are massively reduced when wearing a Serola Belt.
Many people who exercise and play sport choose to wear the Serola Sacroiliac Belt as a preventative measure to avoid lower back pain and hip pain during exercise. With its slimline and low profile design, the Serola Belt is the back support belt of choice for many people who require sacroiliac support but still need to carry on with their everyday activities. Back pain is a common cause of sickness in the workplace and with the Serola Belt; people are able to return to work with the confidence of a stable and secure back support.
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is one of the most common causes of lower back pain during pregnancy. Back pain is extremely common during pregnancy but the pain is not always caused by the weight of the baby pulling the back forward. The sacroiliac joints are vulnerable during pregnancy as hormonal changes prepare the pelvis for delivery by loosening the strong ligaments that control the sacroiliac joints. Wearing a Serola Belt during and after pregnancy is advised as it holds the sacroiliac and pubic joints firmly together. After the baby has been delivered the Serola Maternity Belt assists the ligaments in realigning the pelvis properly.
The Serola Belt is also highly recommended for pre and post-partum hypermobility. Hypermobility is a term used to describe joints which stretch further than is normal. Degenerative hypermobility leading to a weakening of the pelvic girdle can be helped by the use of the Serola Sacroiliac Belt. In people such as ballet dancers and gymnasts, Acquired Hypermobility can be a problem after muscles tone is lost in older years following sustained training when young. This sacroiliac belt can help combat this form of sacroiliac pain by supporting the pelvic joint.