Stabilize Lumbar Back Belt

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1-3 hours use
Pain Relief
Supports your back

Stabilize back belt stabilizes the lumbar spine and provides direct support and relief for the lower back. The lower back support is a perfect aid in the acute phase of pain relief for temporary back problems. The abdomen is lifted in, which relieves the spine. Also, the lumbar belt improves your posture and reduces the risk of back pain when you walk and stand a lot.

The Stabilize back belt also includes a thermo-pillow, a wheat cushion that can be heated in a microwave or cooled in a freezer for thermotherapy. You attach it easily with Velcro. The support together with heat in the back end increases blood circulation which accelerates muscle recovery and rehabilitation. In addition, it is nice and relaxing. For those of you who spend a lot of time at work, need extra lumbar support and pain relief during the day.

• Improves your posture and provides pain relief
• Stabilizes the lumbar spine
• Suitable for pain or stiffness in the lower back
• Adjustable Velcro closure
• Thermo-pillow for better blood circulation and pain relief

Change your postural pattern and get pain relief:

Use the Stabilize back belt to stabilize and get pain relief from your lumbar spine when necessary, a maximum of 3 hours a day.

Size guide

If you are in between 2 sizes, choose the smaller one. 

Sizes S M L
Waist in cm 75-85 85-95 95-120
Weight (kg) 50-65 65-80 80-95
Height (cm) 150-175 160-175 165-190



88% Polyester, 12% Elastane

Wash in 40 degrees Celsius


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    Daniela C.
    Sweden Sweden
    Great product!

    Great product!

    The importance of good posture

    Good posture relieves neck and back pain

    Back pain

    Back problems can occur for various reasons, but often it comes with the years. Accidents and falls can cause it, but often it is a sedentary life with poor posture and weak muscles that causes the pain.