Serola Sacroiliac Belt Offers Comforting Support
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 it is restrictive. Excess or insufficient motion can adversely affect the entire musculoskeletal system. The Sacroiliac Belt, by providing the correct balance of resistance and resilience, helps re-establishes the joint’s normal motion.
Because of the stability the Serola Sacroiliac Belt gives to the base of your spine, strength is increased throughout your back, hips, and legs. So the chances of pain and injury are lessened considerably during work or play.
The Serola SIJ belt is a fantastic tool for use during pregnancy, or following SIJ trauma. Working to provide the necessary stability about the pelvis so you can keep on going with your daily life. As well as working brilliantly as an off loading brace for people experiencing SIJ pain (without instability). Deflecting pain away from the sacroiliac joints and tissues, similar to the action of tennis elbow supports with elbow pain.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Designed to compress and support the sacroiliac joints
- Non-elastic layer mimics action of ligaments.
- Does not replace muscle function – improves muscle function – increases strength throughout the body.
- Additional elastic layer provides compression and helps maintain correct posture.
- 3″ wide SI belt supports the sacroiliac joints relieving stress and instability
- Breathable, moisture-wicking, and hypoallergenic
- No irritating buckles or pads.
The Serola Belt is worn around the hips, not the waist. How To Measure Hips
- Place your hands on the sides of your hips and move your legs.
- You will find the tops of your leg bones, called trochanters, move under your hands.
- Gently dig into your leg with your fingers and find the tops of your trochanters.
- On front of your pelvis, on each side, you will find a bony point called Anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS) just below your waist.
- Measure two inches about the tops of your trochanters, just below the ASISs.
- Small (30″ to 34″ / 76cm – 86cm Hip Measurement)
- Medium (34″ to 40″ / 86cm – 104cm Hip Measurement)
- Large (40″ to 46″ / 102cm – 117cm Hip Measurement)
- X-Large (46″ to 52″ / 117cm – 132cm Hip Measurement)