Best Braces For Herniated Disc

HOW CAN I RELIEVE PAIN AND DISCOMFORT FROM A HERNIATED DISC?

 

A herniated disc occurs when the spinal disc, of which are made of jelly-like substance, slips out from between your vertebrae.

Also referred to as a “slipped disc”, this can cause irritation on surrounding nerves and cause pain.

Depending on the nature and spinal level of injury, those affected may get referred pain to your glutes, thighs and calves.

It's important to take care of the herniated disc early to prevent issues such as sciatica and chronic lower back pain.  

Bauerfeind’s high-quality supports or braces with medical-grade compression target the painful symptoms of disc herniation to provide relief and spinal stability.

Our back supports also help to improve mobility to allow you to continue to perform everyday activities without experiencing any restrictions to movement.

 

     

    Best Braces For Herniated Disc

    Back Brace Herniated Disc

    LumboTrain Back Brace

    A back brace to stabilise and massage the muscles of the lower back

    $299.95 - Buy Here

    The LumboTrain back brace has been developed to provide better posture, pain relief and comfort.

    A massage is one of the most effective methods for back pain relief, so we have created the unique viscoelastic pad which gives an intermittent massage to the muscles of the lower back when you move. This relieves tension and pain so you can remain active.

    • Pressure-reduced edge for comfort without constriction
    • 3D Airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
    Back Brace for women for herniated disc

    LumboTrain Lady Back Brace

    Active back support for the muscular stabilisation of the lumbar spine. Engineered for comfort with an anatomical fit.

    $299.95 - Buy Here

    The LumboTrain Lady back brace has been developed to provide better posture, pain relief and comfort to women.

     

    • Pressure-reduced edge for comfort without constriction.
    • 3D Airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
    • Easy to put on and remove
    Brace for Herniated Disc

    LordoLoc Back Brace

    A premium, adjustable back brace for targeted support of the lumbar spine.

    $299.95 - Buy Here

    The LordoLoc back brace has been engineered for superior support and stabilisation of the lumbar spine.

    The thin yet effective construction is made of soft, lightweight material that sits comfortably and snugly against the body, without being noticeable under clothing.

    • Pressure-reduced edge for comfort without constriction.
    • 3D Airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
    • Easy to put on and remove

     

    Herniated Disc Pain Back Brace

    SacroLoc Back Brace

    A premium sacroiliac joint back brace for immediate pain relief on the pelvis and SI joint. Exceptional wearing comfort, even when sitting.

    $349.95 - Buy Here

    Designed using breathable Airknit technology, viscoelastic cushion pads massage trigger points around the sacroiliac joints for soothing pain relief. Stimulating blood circulation, bringing oxygen and nutrients to the lower back, helping the healing process.

    • Pressure-reduced edge for comfort without constriction.
    • 3D Airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
    • Easy to put on and remove

     

    SIZING OF LUMBOTRAIN - BEST SUPPORT FOR HERNIATED DISC

     

    Take a look at our best seller back brace LumboTrain being fitted by this working mother. The positioning of the back brace is important as the nodules need to sit right on the propioceptive centres in your back.

    Achieving the perfect fit and ensuring that the compression sits right on your back is crucial for the medical effectiveness of this brace. 

    HOW TO TREAT PAIN CAUSED BY DISC HERNIATION

    • Exercise. A physiotherapist or exercise physiologist can help manage and potentially reverse your symptoms through exercise prescription to improve mobility, reduce pain and prevent further injury.
    • Painkillers such as anti-inflammatories (e.g. Nurofen) may help to ease pain and inflammation
    • Heat Packs. Applying heat to the affected area may help to loosen tight muscles and increase blood circulation to the area.
    • Severe or persistent pain should be investigated by your doctor.