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Back Brace

A back brace is a medical device specifically designed to limit the motion of the spine to provide external support and help enhance the healing process from an injury or surgery.

Back braces, also referred to as abdominal supports, are available in two basic styles; rigid and soft.  Rigid braces are generally constructed as form-fitting plastic molds that will restrict motion up to 50%, while soft braces limit forward spinal motion, and are also used to set spinal fusions and provide support during more physically stressful activities.

Rehabmart is proud to offer an amazing variety of superior quality back braces and spinal orthoses from such renowned and experienced manufacturers as Bauerfeind, Orthotech, DeRoyal, Restorative Care of America, Orthomerica, Quinn Medical, Sammons Preston and Allard USA.

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ARYSE Universal Adjustable Back Brace (one size fits most, small to 4XL)

Starting at: $139.00

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  • Stiff, more supportive back panel and side wings are removable to adjust support level
  • Left and right belts are pleated and can adjust to fit comfortably around the torso
ARYSE

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Push Med Back Brace

Starting at: $274.99

  • Machine washable for easy cleaning
  • Encourages proper posture and spine alignment
Bracelab

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Hyperextension 3 Point Brace

Starting at: $166.50

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  • Lightweight design
  • Adjustable tension
Allard USA

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Exos FORM II 637 Back Brace

Starting at: $272.60

  • Back brace support
  • Post-op brace support
Chattanooga

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Evotec TLSO with PPK and Dorsal Lumbar Kit

Starting at: $293.05

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  • Applies firm support across the lateral, posterior, and anterior torso.
  • Anterior plastic panel provides increased abdominal compression.
Optec USA

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Control Fit Lumbosacral Orthosis

Starting at: $140.34

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  • Low profile design is comfortable and easy to wear.
  • Recommended for use in a wide variety of conditions.
Restorative Care of America

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Bariatric Back and Abdominal Support

Starting at: $158.32

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  • Latex Free
  • Oversized Belt
Cardinal Health

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Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis with Zero Degree Lordosis Curve

Starting at: $160.53

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  • Maintains a neutral position for the spine.
  • Ideal for helping to relieve lower back strain.
Restorative Care of America

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C.A.S.H. (Cruciform Anterior Spinal Hyperextension) Orthosis

Starting at: $240.83

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  • Designed to restrict flexion and stabilize the spine of the user
  • Designed as a lightweight, low-profile, totally adjustable orthosis frame
Performance Health

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Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis with Apron

Starting at: $207.96

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  • D-ring pull front ensures easy application
  • Thermoplastic Kydex anterior/posterior panels
Restorative Care of America

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Cervical Thoracic Orthosis

Starting at: $254.69

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  • Enables external, multi-level cervical immobilization
  • Encapsulated occipital/cranial region for ultimate control
Optec USA

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Edge SL TLSO Three Panel

Starting at: $271.06

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  • Rigid polymer shells provide superior stabilization and support.
  • Restricts movement while relieving pressure on the intervertebral discs.
Optec USA

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Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Orthosis

Starting at: $160.53

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  • Stabilizes the back in a neutral spinal position.
  • Reccommended for cases of contracture of the spine.
Restorative Care of America

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PROlign Back Brace EXT LSO

Starting at: $257.85

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  • Proprietary dual Boa Closure System ensures infinite, on-the-fly adjustability and secure closure
  • Extended coverage from sacrococcygeal junction to T9 vertebrae with extended posterior panel
DeRoyal

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Pediatric Mini-TLC Hip Abduction Brace

Starting at: $458.49

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  • Pelvic band adjusts for hip development and pelvic circumference changes
  • Allows infinite abduction-adduction and flexion-extension adjustability
Optec USA

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Oasis TLSO Standard Height with 3 Panels and ATE

Starting at: $314.06

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  • Included is the unique bivalve spinal system technology
  • New traction closure system provides the user with quick and easy compression adjustments
Optec USA

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Ultralign+ Lumbar Sacral Orthosis Back Brace

Starting at: $448.08

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  • Designed to provide abdominal pressure and reduce weight and stress on the lower back
  • Has a unique dual dynamic closure system that will provide customized fit and compression
DeRoyal

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Exos FORM II 626 Back Brace

Starting at: $153.59

  • ComfortCORE (tm) foam conforms to the unique contours of a patient's body
  • Modifiable belt accommodates varying patient body structures for optimal fit
Chattanooga

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Oasis TLSO Low Profile with 3 Panels and ATE

Starting at: $303.03

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  • Breathable spacer fabric helps disperse heat and moisture.
  • Remains lightweight and durable for long-lasting utility.
Optec USA

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DDS 300 Lumbar Decompression Belt Back Brace

Starting at: $320.53

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  • Machine washable
  • Lightweight and comfortable
Disc Disease Solutions

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Evotec Max Lumbosacral Orthosis LSO Back Brace

Starting at: $135.51

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  • Chairback style posterior panel provides stable support.
  • Can be easily molded to fit each user's unique body contours.
Optec USA

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Stealth Rehab Lumbo-Sacral Orthosis LSO Back Support Brace

Starting at: $187.05

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  • Designed to relieve pressure on the discs of the lumbar spine.
  • Unique polymer closure system helps in spinal reinforcement.
Optec USA

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Exos FORM II 631 Back Brace

Starting at: $243.20

  • Back brace support
  • Post-op brace support
Chattanooga

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Hyperextension Orthosis

Starting at: $137.49

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  • Limits forward flexion and rotation.
  • Can be used to treat a variety of spinal conditions.
Restorative Care of America

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Thoracic Lumbar Sacral and Thoracolumbosacral Orthosis

Starting at: $207.96

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  • Prevents unwanted spinal flexion
  • Uses circumferential pressure to stabilize spine
Restorative Care of America

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Lumbitec Lumbosacral Orthosis LSO Back Support Brace

Starting at: $260.04

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  • Designed to provide maximum support during all stages of recovery.
  • Rigid polymer panels provide firm anterior and posterior support.
Optec USA

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Venum Torso Lumbosacral Orthosis TLSO Back Brace with ATE Anterior Thoracic Extension

Starting at: $347.14

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  • Designed to offer firm stability and support for a range of conditions.
  • Anterior and posterior panels offer sagittal control and compression.
Optec USA

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Double Lite Lumbar Compression Belt Back Brace

Starting at: $373.45

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  • Includes manually operated air pump
  • Helps to alleviate persistent back pain
Disc Disease Solutions

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Procare Double Pull Sacro Lumbar Support

Starting at: $49.48

  • Fully constructed of premium elastic with additional compression straps.
  • It is equipped with four 9in long posterior plastic stays that are constructed to provide the lower back and abdominal area with additional support and stability.
Chattanooga

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California Compressor Orthosis

Starting at: $96.31

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  • Provides stable compression and support.
  • Designed to support a range of injuries and conditions.
Orthomerica

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What are Back Braces Used For?

Limiting the spine’s motion encourages quicker and more efficacious healing after surgery or injury, often reducing pain and discomfort for the patient. The practice of spinal bracing helps to stabilize injured or weak structures, typically providing three-point force systems to prevent progression of deformity, or to correct these issues. Back braces limit motion by compressing the abdomen, unloading vertebrae, discs and other structures of the spine.

The terminology involved with spinal bracing generally classifies the segment of the body that needs the control. Control is defined as spinal extension, lateral bending, rotation and flexion. These spinal orthoses terms include cervicothoracic (CTO), cervical (CO), cervicothoracolumbosacral (CTLSO), thoracolumbosacral (TLSO), lumbosacral (LSO) and sacroiliac (SIO).

Back braces are generally offered as soft/flexible and rigid. Most often prescribed for low back pain relief that is associated with trauma, postural deformities or degenerative disc disorders, soft back braces and corsets are specifically utilized to reduce the weight on spinal structures through the use of abdominal compression. Rigid inserts and stays may be added to further restrict motion, or to act as a postural guide. Most soft back braces and corsets are pre-fabricated, but can be modified to each patient’s particular requirements.

Commonly used to control motion in all spinal structures and planes, rigid back braces offer the most support to the affected areas of the back. Rigid braces such as a TLSO are most often custom-fabricated, but can also be modified as required. While a two-piece front and back format is typically used post-op because of its ease of application, a single-piece design with a front or back opening is more appropriate for scoliosis treatment.


What Type of Back Brace is Right for Me?

In many situations, your healthcare provider will recommend the type of back brace that is right for you, especially in situations of surgery and spinal deformity. But it is also very important to seek out the advice of your doctor before choosing a back brace to help ameliorate pain, or to help provide additional spinal support while working or engaging in other activities. Making the wrong choice could actually make your back and spine worse, or wearing the brace incorrectly or for long periods of time could potentially result in further weakness. There are numerous styles, configurations and sizes to consider when you are in need of back support bracing. Here are just a few of the most commonly used spinal orthoses:

Boston Back Brace

As a form of a TLSO (thoracolumbosacral orthosis), the symmetrical Boston back brace is the most commonly used brace in the USA. Also known as an underarm brace, or a molded jacket, it is often used to correct curvatures of the spine, such as with scoliosis and adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). Fitted to the child’s or adult’s body, it works by the application of three-point pressure to the curvature, preventing further progression. The body is thrust forward against the brace’s front by pads placed in the back corners, helping to hold the body in an upright position.

The Boston brace opens to the back, and is not typically utilized for correcting very high curves because, when an individual is seated, it will often run from the height of the shoulder blade down to just above the chair’s seat. Also, because it uses the hips as a base point, it is not indicated for hip misalignments, either. This type of brace is usually worn for 20-23 hours a day, and can be removed for sports, swimming and other activities as needed.

Boston back braces provide strong, external support for the lumbar, sacral and (limited) thoracic regions of the spine and aside from treating curvatures, they are also often employed for spinal fractures, compression fractures, ankylosing spondylitis and Scheuermann’s kyphosis. They control movement in all directions, so they also help in limiting rotation.

Milwaukee Back Brace
Also known as a cervicothoracolumbosacral orthosis (CTLSO), the Milwaukee brace is quite similar to the Boston back brace, but it additionally includes a neck ring that is kept in place with vertical bars connected to the brace’s body. It is also typically worn 23 hours per day, and is most often used for thoracic (upper back) spine curvatures and injuries.

Chairback Back Brace
As a short brace, the chairback back brace restricts bending from the front, back and sides. It also limits back rotation and is used to provide spinal stability after surgery, and low back pain relief.

Knight–Taylor Back Brace
This corset-style back brace highlights lateral and posterior rigid slats and shoulder straps, and is really a combination of a corset brace and a TLSO. It is also known as one of the hyperextension back braces as it limits flexion, side bending and rotation. The anterior is typically constructed of canvas, featuring several eyelets that can be joined and tightened.

Hyperextension Back Brace (Three-Point)
A hyperextension back brace prevents the user from bending forward, which will help prevent healing interference with spinal compression fractures and other injuries and issues. This brace employs a three-point pressure system to control flexion with posterior and anterior pads. The pads for the anterior create pressure over the sternum and pubic symphysis, while the posterior pad creates opposing pressure in the mid-thoracic area.

Three-point hyperextension braces highlight a high level of control over the lumbar and lower thoracic regions, limiting movement where the thoracic spine meets the lumbar spine, especially limiting flexion and extension between T6 to L1. This brace is most often indicated for compression fractures, spondylosis, spinal stenosis, post-operative immobilization and degenerative spinal conditions.

Sacroiliac Back Brace Belts
Located on both sides of the sacrum, the SI, or sacroiliac joints, are often prone to pain, stress and injury. A sacroiliac belt brace is specifically designed to keep the hips from moving excessively. These braces employ a belt that is wrapped around the pelvis and can be adjusted for tightness by using special laces on the back of the brace.

Lumbosacral Back Brace Belts
Specifically designed to provide abdominal pressure to reduce weight and stress on the lower back (lumbar), lumbosacral back brace belts help to create an optimal healing scenario for a wide variety of lumbar spine issues, including muscle strain and low back pain. These lumbosacral belts are indicated for the relief of compression fractures occurring from T6 to L1. They are also used quite often by individuals with heavy lifting or extremely active jobs. They are most effectively used in this way when they serve as a reminder to use proper body posture when lifting, which means using the large muscles of the legs to do the lifting, keeping the back straight and not bent forward.


Hulet Smith, OT
Rehabmart Co-Founder & CEO

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