Serola Sacroiliac Belt
Serola Sacroiliac BeltSKU: SB-SIB-xx
This belt is designed to compress and support the sacroiliac joints, relieving stress and instability at these weight bearing structures. This is especially needed during pregnancy, as the ligaments, under hormonal influences, become lax and stretch to allow the pelvis to spread for delivery.
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Web ID: 708 (Extender)
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is designed to compress and support the sacroiliac joints, thereby relieving stress and instability at these weight bearing structures. Just as importantly, it is not so tight that it is restrictive. Excess or insufficient motion can adversely affect the entire musculo-skeletal system. The Serola Sacroiliac Belt, by providing the correct balance of resistance and resilience re-establishes the joint’s normal motion. Because of the stability the Serola Sacrioiliac Belt gives to the base of your spine, strength is increased throughout your back, hips and legs and your chances of injury are lessened considerably during work or play. So, enjoy your work and all your favorite activities, even sleep, wearing the best support available, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt. Available in four sizes: Small, Medium, Large and X-Large.
How Serola Sacroiliac Belt Can Relieve Back and Hip Pain During Pregnancy
The importance of using the Serola Sacroiliac Belt during and, especially, after pregnancy cannot be overemphasized. During pregnancy, the ligaments, under hormonal influences, become lax and stretch to allow the pelvis to spread for delivery. It is important to hold the sacroiliac and pubic joints firmly together after delivery in order to assist the ligaments in shortening and realigning the pelvis properly. If you are pregnant and in need of relief from pelvic pain, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt will help.
Historically, women in many countries wrapped their pelvis with cloth after pregnancy to help alleviate pain after childbirth.
“After childbirth, 147 patients used a pelvic belt. Of these patients 10% reported more pain, 23% no effect, & 67% a positive effect.” J.M.A. Mens, et al 1992 “To remain stable, the SIJ utilizes a self-bracing mechanism consisting of the ligaments and muscles, as described by Vleeming, et al. This biomechanical model endorses the benefit of a sacroiliac belt for treatment of peripartum pain.” Snijders CJ 1992
“The influence of physical activities on pelvic pain and the relief with the use of a pelvic belt in about 60% of the patients implicates the locomotor system as a cause of pelvic pain, and not an inner organ such as the uterus.” Use of a pelvic belt appears to be useful in treating peripartum pelvic pain. Snijders, et al 1992
Serola Sacroiliac Belts are the only belts endorsed by the American Physical Therapy Association – Section On Women’s Health.