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Trochanter Belt

A New Approach to Treating the Cause of Back Pain!

This belt is being acclaimed by many specialists in health care for low back conditions as the "miracle belt".

When the practioner considers the anatomy and physiology of the muscular skeletal system and its neurology, it is easily understandable.  Consider what happens when the sacroiliac joint is properly stabilized.

It is important to remember that there are no muscles attaching the sacrum to the ilium.  Therefore, these joints have no voluntary motion, this is not what would be described as a moveable joint.  Rather it is designated to accommodate reciprocal pelvic torsion and still allow respiratory motion.

The strength and stability of the sacroiliac joint depends on the actual structure of the joint and the integrity of the ligaments.

Anatomical variance from side to side is more the rule that the exception.  It is suggested that all low back cases be fitted with the support.

The Sciatica Belt was designed to improve the problems in the low back through research and resulted in the production of what was called the Sacral Trochanter Belt.  The belt compresses the weight bearing portion of the pelvis thereby speeding stabilization and healing of the sacroiliac joints 3 to 5 times faster and allows stabilization even in tough deformed cases.

It is recommended the belt be worn for 10 days and nights or until stabilization occurs and the 6-8 weeks of orthopedic healing during weight bearing hours only.  Walkin is recommended as an alternative to other strenuous exercise during this time.

Back Facts - Are you aware?

  • More than 75 million Americans have had back problems.
  • In chronic conditions, back problems are the most frequent cause of limitation of activity in persons younger than 45 years of age.
  • Low back problems are the leading cause of absenteeism in the work place.
  • More than 90 million workdays are lost in the United States each year due to low back problems.
  • Approximately $5 billion dollars are spent annually on tests and treatment.
  • The average time loss from work for a simple disc injury is 9 months.
  • Low back injuries represent approximately 30% of all compensable work accidents, yet account for over 60% of all workers compensation costs.

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