Spinova® Stabi Classic
Orthosis for moderately stabilizing the lumbar spine
Spinova Stabi Classic moderately stabilizes the lumbar spine. The support surrounds the torso, lightly compressing the abdomen and gently straightening the spine with its integrated corset stays. The classic strap system with its VELCRO® Brand Fastening System applies the controlled force extensively, which also helps to straighten the spine. This relieves the entire lumbar area and alleviates pain.
- Moderately stabilizes the lumbar spine
- Relieves and gently straightens the spine
- Classic strap system enables the force to be controlled and applied extensively
- Anatomical fit and extremely comfortable to wear
Spinova Stabi Classic moderately stabilizes and gently straightens the lumbar spine. This relieves the lumbar vertebrae, alleviates pain and supports the healing process.
The supporting effect of the orthosis extends over the entire lumbar area. The support surrounds the torso and is combined with a strap system. Stabilizing corset stays are integrated into the support. They gently straighten the lumbar spine. The gentle abdominal compression supports this pressure relief and can be adjusted using the Velcro fastening. The classic strap system applies force extensively, which also helps to straighten and moderately stabilize the lumbar spine. Velcro straps which are rerouted once create an average level of tension, which can be set individually by patients each time they put it on.
The light, elastic mesh material of the support and the anatomically contoured corset stays adapt to the patient’s individual body shape. The lightweight orthosis thus guarantees good freedom of movement alongside stabilization in line with therapeutic requirements. It is comfortable to wear, even when sitting down. Practical finger pockets on the abdominal fastening make it easier to put on and take off.
- Pain in the lumbar spine area with slight deficit symptoms with bulging/prolapsed intervertebral disks (moderate lumbar sciatica with slight deficiencies with intervertebral disk protrusions/prolapse)
- Radiating pain in the lumbar spine area (moderate [pseudo] radicular lumbar syndrome)
- Vertebral displacement, formation of gaps in the vertebral joints (spondylolisthesis, grade I with lumbago)
- Following intervertebral disk surgery (condition after intervertebral disk surgery with small to medium prolapse)