SacroLoc Back Brace

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Ideal for mild issues in the lower vertebrae, pelvic pain and instability, sacral pain, sciatica pain and mild hip displacia. Read more



Product Details



  1. Provides targeted pain relief using two friction pads on the sacroiliac joints which can be positioned precisely
  2. Perfect fit during movement thanks to elastic mesh material and anatomical shape
  3. Provides immediate relief for the pelvis and sacroiliac joints as a result of circular compression using individually adjustable tensioning straps
  4. Easy to put on thanks to practical Velcro fastening with wide finger loops
  5. Exceptional level of wearing comfort, even when sitting down thanks to breathable mesh materials and low-profile fastening with soft edges

Treatment of:

  • SI joint instabilities
  • SI joint arthritis
  • SI joint syndrome

How to achieve the perfect fit

Step 1

Click the Measure & Buy button above.

You will need to have a measuring tape ready.

Step 2

Measure the circumference of your pelvis (at the hip level).

Step 3

SacroLoc should feel snug and firm but not constrictive. All Bauerfeind back braces have a 1 year warranty and qualify for our 30 day size exchange policy.

Easy Returns

Concerned that your item might not fit properly? Our aim is to ensure you are happy with your Bauerfeind purchase. All Bauerfeind items come with a 30 day return & exchange policy*. Ensuring you of the perfect fit.

Items must be in original condition, with original undamaged packaging and not have been used apart for testing for correct sizing.

*Sale and bundle deals may be subject to return fees, see T&Cs for full details.


Your order will be processed quickly. All orders are shipped securely across Australia and New Zealand. We offer the following delivery options.


• Orders $100 and over - FREE Standard Shipping: 2-5 business days

• Orders under $100 - $9 Standard Shipping: 2-5 business days

• $19.95 Express Shipping: 1-2 business days

New Zealand

• $12.95 Standard Shipping: 2-5 business days

• $24.95 Express Shipping: 1-2 business days metro


The SacroLoc back brace alleviates pelvic pain and stabilises the sacroiliac joint. 

To relieve pressure in the sacral region, a two-part gel cushion, with massage nubs, is featured in the SacroLoc. This cushion massages trigger points during movement, which promotes blood circulation to help with the healing process. The SacroLoc stabilises and straightens the pelvis through its tensioning straps. These straps assist with relieving tension in the surrounding muscles and ligaments of the sacrum.

Similar to the LumboTrain, wide hand loops are featured in the SacroLoc. These loops help the user put on the brace with ease and allow for the amount of targeted support to be easily adjusted.

The SacroLoc is designed for all day comfort and wear. For pain relief and added comfort in the lumbar spine, we recommend the LumboTrain

SacroLoc Back Brace
SacroLoc Back Brace

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between LumboTrain back brace and SacroLoc back brace?

The LumboTrain back brace supports the lumbar spine area to treat lower back pain whereas the SacroLoc back brace stabilises the pelvis area and relieves the sacroiliac joints. 

The mode of action of the LumboTrain is through the viscoelastic gel back pad which relieves lumbar tension. The SacroLoc has two massage pads which cut out at the iliac spine (SIPS) for better comfort. The pads gently massage the affected muscles during movement and the compression relieves tension which helps to reduce pain.

The two back braces also differ in strapping system. The SacroLoc stabilises the pelvis through a patented strap system made with an elastic mesh material that provides a higher level of sturdiness and stability during every day movement. The LumboTrain uses a hand strap system which makes it easier to fit and wear the back brace on a daily basis.

What is the difference between LordoLoc back brace and SacroLoc back brace?

The LordoLoc back brace aids in supporting the lumbar spinal region whereas the SacroLoc targets the sacroiliac joints which focuses on supporting the pelvic region.

The LordoLoc should be used to treat acute or chronic lower back pain whereas the SacroLoc suits conditions such as SI joint syndrome, SI joint blockage and pelvic girdle instability. 

The mode of action of the LordoLoc is via aluminium strips located at the back of the brace which act to provide rigidity and support, whereas the SacroLoc has two massaging pads which provide circular massaging movement to the back muscles during movement. 

What is the difference between the SacroLoc back brace and the LumboLoc back brace?

The SacroLoc back brace provides support to the pelvic region and sacroiliac joint, whereas the LumboLoc provides stabilisation to the lumbar spine. 

The SacroLoc provides active relief through the massaging pads whereas the LumboLoc provides stabilisation and rigidity with 4 aluminium strips to improve posture and provide pain relief. 

The SacroLoc is used for assisting conditions such as pelvic fractures and instability, SI joint syndrome/arthritis whereas the LumboLoc is used for treating lower back pain and facet syndrome. 

Can I wear the SacroLoc back brace above my clothes?

The SacroLoc back brace is best worn under clothing. The two massage pads are most effective when in contact with the skin to massage the muscles and relieve the pressure. 

Are back braces covered by medicare or private health insurance?

Medically necessary back braces are covered under the durable medical equipment (DME) prefabricated orthotics benefit, however your medicare-approved physician must prescribe the back brace to receive the rebate. 

Bauerfeind Australia is currently not an official supplier of Medicare, so you will not be able to receive the 80% rebate from Medicare. Certain private health insurance providers cover Bauerfeind back braces which are prescribed by a physician, please contact your health insurance provider to find out. 

Can you sleep with a back brace on?

Our back braces can be worn while sleeping if you require stabilisation of the spine during your sleep. However, back braces are recommended to be worn during daily activity or during sporting activity to provide support during movement. 

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Reviewed by F
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I was hesitant to purchase the sacroloc brace due to very high cost compared to others but I'm so glad I did! It's comfortable & supportive and is very good quality. Within a couple of days of wearing it, I am much more mobile. It has really helped. Highly recommend!

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Reviewed by Rhonda R.
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Since wearing my brace at night to bed , I have woken up with no back pain

Love how comfortable it is . Just a bit warm in the hot days we are having.

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Reviewed by Norma C.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Very comfortable to wear

I am finding this support excellent, it is very comfortable to wear and really supports my lower back when walking or at work and standing for some time. I have worn other SIJ supports in the past and this one is by far the most superior. Expensive but worth it.

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