2.2. Best Back Brace for Posture
2.3. Best Back Brace for Working Out
2.4. Best Back Brace for Herniated Disc
2.5. Best Back Brace for Spinal Stenosis Pain
Whether you’re healing from a short-term injury, managing chronic pain, or improving posture, choosing from the best back braces is the place to start. Each of our braces are designed to offer targeted support that will let you enjoy all of your favorite activities without risking reinjury. Though if you’re still not sure which is the perfect brace for your needs, learn about all the different options we have to offer below.
With all the different types of back braces out there we get a lot of confusion from customers trying to decide on a brace, so we wanted to make it as simple as possible. We offer 3 premium styles that cover the scope and are designed to support and reduce specific pain or injuries. Learn more about each of Vive back brace below.
Many of our customers are looking for a brace that can offer a snug, comfortable fit while still delivering enough compression and support to relieve aches and pains. The Vive Health lower back brace delivers, with a non-slip fit that keeps the lower back and lumbar strong throughout the day. It optimizes support without sacrificing comfort or restricting movement, so you won’t have worry about wearing it day in and day out. Buy Lower Back Brace Here
At Vive Health, we commonly get asked about ways to improve overall fitness when you sit for long hours a day. Whether you work in an office or are regularly out and about, this brace is a great way to improve posture in comfort. Our effective figure eight design features padded straps to relieve upper neck, back, and shoulder pain, letting you stand taller. Buy Posture Corrector Here
We know that some of the most serious back injuries happen when exercising, which is why we developed a brace that supports your core while also boosting the effectiveness of your workout. The flexible grid design is made to trap heat which stimulates perspiration, making your running, weightlifting, and other exercises burn calories faster. The nonslip design will ensure it stays in place, even during the most intense activity. Buy Waist Trimmer Belt Here
Many of our customers know they need additional back support, but aren’t sure what they’re looking for. If this sounds like you, take a look at some of the most common conditions and needs for back braces below, and learn which type of support will be best for you.
Lower back pain affects a wide range of people, from those who regularly lift heavy objects to individuals who spend long hours in uncomfortable seating. If you are among the millions who experience chronic lower back pain, make sure to find a brace that can offer focused support, without excessive stiffness or overheating. When you’re dealing with a long term condition that requires daily treatment, balance between comfort and compression is key.
Plenty of our customers are looking to improve their posture, though when it comes to upper back pain, there is no one size fits all solution. That’s why you should consider a brace that features and adjustable fit, and can treat a range of conditions, from chronic neck aches to rounded shoulders. The best options are ones that can be worn discreetly beneath clothing, to avoid interfering with your day-to-day life.
Whether you’re an avid runner, dedicated athlete, or all-around gym enthusiast, the right brace for you is one that can offer protective support, while also enhancing your workout. Try out braces that are made to trap body heat, as they will stimulate sweat production to boost the effectiveness of your workout. We also recommend options that feature a durable construction, to stand up to whatever you throw at it.
Herniated discs, bulging discs, and sciatica pain are some of the most common conditions Vive Health customers experience. Avoid unnecessary suffering by finding a back brace that can treat all of them and more, while still staying comfortable. The key is applying constant pressure to align the spine and keep it from slipping out of place during daily activity. An adjustable brace is ideal for this purpose.
Over time back problems like spinal stenosis can begin to affect your quality of life, making it difficult to move or even sit for long periods. The ideal brace for this condition will be easy to slip on and off as needed and offer optimal support to aching backs. Moisture-wicking neoprene will mean you can wear it all day without worrying about unpleasant odor or discomfort.
No matter what condition you’re suffering from, finding a proactive solution to treat back pain is key. Take a look at the suggestions below to find a treatment that works for you.
Dressing can become a daily obstacle, if you’re one of the many who suffer from chronic back pain. Luckily, products like extra-long shoe horns are available to our customers when putting on or taking off footwear. Add a sock assist and dressing stick to complete your routine in record time.
You can relieve aches and pains from the comfort of your home with a massage roller ball, designed to target chronic back pain. An ergonomic grip will be easy to handle, even if you suffer from dexterity limitations.
There are a variety of stretches you can try to improve your flexibility and lessen back pain. However, if you’re not sure where to start, our specially-crafted back stretcher will be sure to work your back safely and effectively. Adjustable to four arch positions, it’s a great choice for any of our customers.
Long-term back pain can be easily managed by applying heat therapy to your back on a regular basis. For full coverage and convenient use, try our heating pad. It offers four adjustable heat settings and an auto shut-off for safety. Enjoy the plush cover by cozying up to it on your favorite chair.
Still have questions? Want to make sure you find the perfect back brace for your needs? Get in touch with our product experts via phone from 8:30am and 9pm EST daily at 1-800-487-3808 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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