Ortho­pe­dic corsets are a con­ve­nient and effec­tive tool for main­tain­ing the spine in the desired posi­tion through orthotics. Orthotics is a method of treat­ment and pre­ven­tion of patholo­gies of the mus­cu­loskele­tal sys­tem with the help of spe­cial tech­ni­cal devices. In most cas­es, a corset for the spine is a spe­cial belt asso­ci­at­ed with stiff­en­ers and spe­cial straps. This med­ical device is designed to treat injuries, cur­va­ture and oth­er dis­eases and patho­log­i­cal con­di­tions of the spine. The choice of an ortho­pe­dic corset should be tak­en very care­ful­ly, since an incor­rect­ly cho­sen corset will not only not solve the prob­lem, but will also aggra­vate it. There­fore, if you have back pain or oth­er symp­toms, be sure to first con­sult a doc­tor so that he can help you make the right choice.

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Degree of fix­a­tion
First of all, ortho­pe­dic corsets are divid­ed accord­ing to the degree of fix­a­tion. This prop­er­ty reg­u­lates the rigid­i­ty of the corset. The degree of fix­a­tion is: full, strong, medi­um, weak and vari­able.
1. Full degree of fix­a­tion — rigid­ly fix­es the ver­te­brae in the desired posi­tion. The range of motion is severe­ly lim­it­ed. Usu­al­ly pre­scribed in the post-trau­mat­ic peri­od or in severe dis­eases of the spine.
2. Strong fix­a­tion — also firm­ly fix­es the ver­te­brae, but retains the pos­si­bil­i­ty of sim­ple move­ments, so you can move and do light house­work. It is used dur­ing the recov­ery peri­od after surgery or with severe pain asso­ci­at­ed with inflam­ma­tion of the nerve end­ings in the lum­bar and sacral region.
3. Aver­age degree of fix­a­tion — corsets have more flex­i­ble stiff­en­ing ribs than in pre­vi­ous mod­els and do not deprive a per­son of his abil­i­ty to work. They are pre­scribed for a long stay in one posi­tion or for chron­ic back pain. Mvi­ta back corset has an aver­age degree of fix­a­tion.
4. Weak fix­a­tion — these are soft corsets made of elas­tic mate­ri­als. Indi­cat­ed for pos­ture cor­rec­tion, pre­ven­tion of sco­l­io­sis and to relieve exces­sive stress on the back. With radi­culi­tis and oth­er painful con­di­tions, warm­ing corsets are pre­scribed. Such corsets simul­ta­ne­ous­ly pro­vide fix­a­tion, light mas­sage and warm­ing up.
5. Vari­able degree of fix­a­tion allows you to adjust the degree of rigid­i­ty accord­ing to the stage of treat­ment.

Stiff­en­ing rib
Most corsets have stiff­en­ers. The pres­ence of stiff­en­ers in the mod­el deter­mines the force with which a par­tic­u­lar ban­dage is able to fix a cer­tain part of the body. The few­er hard lin­ers, the weak­er the fix­a­tion. Often, the stiff­ness of the ribs can decrease along their length: in the mid­dle, the rib is more rigid, and less towards the edges. The effec­tive­ness of the treat­ment is not deter­mined by the num­ber of ribs used in the corset. The rule “the more the bet­ter” does not work in this case. The effec­tive­ness will depend on the over­all design of the ban­dage, as well as on the patien­t’s com­pli­ance with the rec­om­men­da­tions of the doc­tor. The Mvi­ta pos­ture cor­rec­tor has 2 stiff­en­ers.

Prod­uct types
1. Corset — a gen­er­al con­cept of med­ical devices designed to change the struc­tur­al and func­tion­al char­ac­ter­is­tics of the neu­ro­mus­cu­lar and skele­tal sys­tems: unload­ing, fix­ing and cor­rect­ing the func­tions of a dam­aged joint or limb.
2. Sup­port ban­dage — is a belt in which the back of the base of the prod­uct is made of inex­ten­si­ble fab­ric, and the side and front parts are made of elas­tic mate­r­i­al. The prod­uct is rein­forced with sim­u­lat­ed met­al stiff­en­ing ribs in the lum­bosacral region, fan-shaped met­al plates under the bel­ly and a tie-back belt.
3. Hyper­ex­ten­sor. High-tech hyper­ex­ten­sion corsets are a spe­cial ortho­pe­dic prod­uct that helps the spine to even­ly dis­trib­ute the load, relieves pain in the spine. Hyper­ex­ten­sor corsets are used after surgery, dur­ing the reha­bil­i­ta­tion peri­od, with minor ver­te­bral frac­tures, metas­tases, osteo­poro­sis, destruc­tive osteo­ma­la­cia, etc.

Type of corset at the place of appli­ca­tion
The type of corset at the site of appli­ca­tion depends on the part of the spine that needs sup­port. There are three types of corsets:
1. Tho­ra­colum­bar. Fix­es part of the spine from the upper tho­racic to the lum­bar. The tho­ra­colum­bar corset con­sists of a sup­port­ing base of var­i­ous lev­els of rigid­i­ty and loops that are worn over the shoul­ders. Such a corset is pre­scribed for straight­en­ing and sup­port­ing the back in case of pos­ture dis­or­ders, sco­l­io­sis, as well as dur­ing the recov­ery peri­od after injuries and oper­a­tions. Ortho­pe­dic cor­rec­tor Mvi­ta just belongs to this type of corsets.

2. Lum­bosacral. Fix­es the low­er back at the lev­el of the waist and sacrum. By its design, the sacro-lum­bar corset resem­bles a ban­dage with addi­tion­al stiff­en­ing ribs. These corsets are effec­tive for back pain, they are also used to fix the cor­re­spond­ing sec­tion of the spine dur­ing increased phys­i­cal exer­tion and dur­ing reha­bil­i­ta­tion after frac­tures or oth­er injuries.
3. Tho­racic-sacral. Pro­vides fix­a­tion along the entire length of the spine. It is indi­cat­ed for sta­bi­liza­tion of the body in a cer­tain posi­tion after injuries, frac­tures, sur­gi­cal oper­a­tions, as well as in the pres­ence of pain.

The size
To deter­mine the size of the corset, you need to take a cer­tain num­ber of mea­sure­ments, depend­ing on the type of corset. This is main­ly the waist, waist cir­cum­fer­ence and hips. Mea­sure­ments should be made with­out clothes and on the eve of the pur­chase, since even a cou­ple of extra cen­time­ters can play a role. Any spe­cial­ist from the Mvi­ta team will help you choose the right size, and you can also choose the size thanks to the size table in the card of our prod­uct.

It is very impor­tant what mate­ri­als the corset is made of. The mate­ri­als from which the corset is made must be nat­ur­al, easy to wash, hypoal­ler­genic, not deformed dur­ing oper­a­tion, it is bet­ter to give pref­er­ence to prod­ucts with cot­ton fab­ric inserts.

It must be remem­bered that the mere use of an ortho­pe­dic corset is only an addi­tion to treat­ment that helps the body cope with patho­log­i­cal changes, but does not elim­i­nate their cause.

Com­pli­ance with the rules of wear­ing a pos­ture cor­rec­tor, con­trol over main­tain­ing the posi­tion of the back out­side of wear­ing a corset and reg­u­lar phys­i­cal activ­i­ty (are rec­om­mend­ed) will allow you to get rid of back prob­lems that can be solved with the help of a pos­ture cor­rec­tor.

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