Sacroiliac Support Belt

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Size chart

SIZE S M L XL
CM 75-89 90-102 103-114 115-125
IN 29-35 35.5-40 40.5-44.5 45-49
WHERE IS IT MEASURED?
The circumference of the widest area is measured: (*See image)
Men: Waist
Women: Hips
*Note: If after measuring you are between two sizes, choose the larger size

Features of SI belt brace for hip

  • Breathable and compressive:
  • Unrestricted movement:
  • Stretch fabric:
  • Gentle compression: to help relieve pain.
  • Easy donning:
  • Non-slip design:
  • Lightweight: can be worn under clothing
  • Thermoregulatory:
  • Ergonomic:
  • durable stretch mesh
  • molded back compression pad
  • dual shoulder straps to promote proper spinal alignment
  • low profile design for comfort and fit.
  • comfort and compression
  • adjustable support



What are the uses and benefits of the sacroiliac support belt?

What is it for?

  • Swelling and inflammation: Iliotibial band syndrome or hip bursitis are just a few of the injuries that can cause swelling in the pelvic area. This pelvic belt is ideal for controlling such inflammation and speeding recovery from any ailment.
  • Acute or chronic pain: osteoarthritis, arthritis and even osteoporosis can cause severe pain in the hip and pelvic area. With controlled compression and a belt of this type that provides support to the entire joint, you can relieve these chronic pains that affect your lifestyle.
  • Arthritis: The wear and tear of arthritis negatively affects your quality of life, but you can control it with the use of this belt by adjusting it to a low pressure to improve blood circulation in the pelvic area and provide support to the sacroiliac joint to reduce wear and tear during use.
  • Pregnancy: during pregnancy all the muscles in the pelvic area grow and stretch, which with the passing of the months and the increased weight of the growing baby makes the sacroiliac joint and other soft tissues generate some pain. Therefore, the most advisable from 3 months is to use a sacroiliac belt to alleviate these symptoms.
  • Sacroiliac joint sprain: a fall on the coccyx or a sudden change of direction while practicing a high impact sport can generate micro-tears in the ligaments of the sacroiliac joint. A pelvic belt will be very useful for this injury.
  • Pubalgia: the pain in the groin and hip that generates this injury can be relieved thanks to the use of this pelvic belt that you can adjust perfectly to control the level of compression and support you want in the pelvic area.
  • Bursitis: using this belt will allow you to control the pain and inflammation caused by sacroiliac joint syndrome, which is quite common in people over 50 years old or those suffering from degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis or osteoarthritis.
  • Tendinitis: if you want to alleviate the symptoms of pain caused by sacroiliitis, using this adjustable compression garment will be of great help to make recovery from this injury much less painful, plus using it on a daily basis will prevent it from happening again in the future.
  • Dislocations: the compression of this product is ideal to facilitate the recovery of the soft tissues of the sacroiliac joint when one of its bones is slightly out of position. This way you will be able to control the inflammation, the sharp pain of each movement and maintain a stable temperature while healing.
  • Overuse injuries: relieves inflammation and acute pain from overuse injuries such as sacroiliitis and soft tissue inflammation in the pelvic area, to facilitate recovery from both injuries and even prevent them from occurring by using it on a regular basis.
  • Contusions and trauma: using this belt will allow you to relieve the pain generated by receiving a strong blow to the sacroiliac joint, as well as reduce and control inflammation and accelerate the recovery process of the same.
  • Postoperative: using this pelvic belt will help in the first 48 hours after leaving the operating room for operations such as appendicitis, cesarean section and any other intervention in the pelvic area to prevent the formation of edema and maintain a stable temperature to avoid any complications.
  • Post-Partum: after giving birth to your baby, using this belt will give support to the pelvic floor muscles while with the passing of the weeks they contract to their original size, period in which they will be unstable, so this garment will be of great help.
  • Prolapse: provides support to those weakened muscles in the pelvic area that have facilitated the displacement of the rectum, vagina or cervix.

What are the benefits?

  • Support and stability: provides stability and orthopedic support to the pelvic muscles, ideal for the treatment of soft tissue injuries such as uterine prolapse, rectal or vaginal prolapse, or sacroiliac joint syndrome, as well as helping to prevent these types of ailments.
  • Compression: provides controlled compression that provides a number of health benefits ranging from improved blood circulation, balancing the pelvic muscles and maintaining body temperature, to avoiding edema and other complications in the postoperative stages.
  • Pain relief: the compression of this belt generates a relaxation effect of the tissues thanks to its improvement in blood flow and oxygenation of the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic area, which translates into a relief of various pains due to injuries in this part of the body.
  • Injury prevention: continuous use reduces the wear and tear of the pelvic muscles and ligaments that stabilize the sacroiliac joint, which in the long run considerably reduces the likelihood of sports injuries.
  • Improves postural hygiene: the compression it provides in the joint and lumbar area will allow you to correct posture problems that can eventually generate a large number of injuries in the muscles and other soft tissues of the pelvic area.
  • Reduces stress: its support and support to the sacroiliac joint considerably reduces the stress generated in the muscles and ligaments by prolonged standing or high impact sports, as well as the wear and tear of degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis or osteoporosis.
  • Accelerates recovery: by improving blood flow, it also allows more nutrients to reach the soft tissues of the sacroiliac joint and pelvic area, which improves cell regeneration for a quick recovery. Not to mention that it maintains a stable body temperature and reduces tissue tension, which is also very healthy.
  • Minimizes vibrations: the vibrations that are generated when practicing high impact sports will be reduced considerably when using this hip belt, which in turn will prevent excess tension in the ligaments and muscles in the area that eventually make you get injured.
  • Maintains body heat: maintains a stable temperature that promotes injury recovery processes and the formation of edema and other postoperative complications. It can be used during training as it is perfectly breathable.

When to use?

  • Daily life: using this SI belt continuously while you go about your daily life will provide you with a series of benefits ranging from improved blood flow to the hips and sacroiliac joint, to correcting your posture to avoid future injuries.
  • Work activities: if you work a lot of time sitting in the office this hip belt will be of great help to help you avoid injuries due to bad posture or accumulation of tension in the pelvic and lumbar area, as well as relieve pain while you recover from any injury you have had recently.
  • Golf: having this pelvic belt will be of great help to provide support and stability to your hips, so you can avoid injuries when you make a repetitive swing, or improve your swing by correcting your posture to significantly improve your technique.
  • Running: you will reduce the impact and vibrations in the hips and sacroiliac joint, as well as in the lumbar area, so you can avoid future injuries such as iliotibial band syndrome, lumbagos and even herniated discs.
  • Cycling: having the support and balance that this belt provides to the pelvic and lumbar area will help you reduce a lot of stress from spending too much time in the same position on the bike, one of the conditions that most generates injuries in expert and amateur cyclists.
  • Yoga and gymnastics: every time you land after a complex acrobatics, you can be confident thanks to the support that this belt will provide to both your hip and lumbar area, reducing the likelihood of injuries such as sprains, tendinitis or even fractures.
  • Tennis, badminton and racquet sports: the short and intense runs you must make to reach your opponent’s returns can generate a lot of impact and tension in the lower back and hips, so wearing this belt will help you avoid injuries such as pubalgia or iliotibal band syndrome.
  • Crossfit, weightlifting and Fitness: if you train with a lot of extra weight in the gym you are exposed to a lot of injuries in the lower back and pelvic area. That’s why this belt will be of great help to avoid suffering from some of the most common ailments that leave many weightlifting and crossfit lovers sore.
  • Climbing, hiking and mountain sports: walking on uneven surfaces when doing mountain sports can generate a lot of wear and tear in the lower back. Wearing this belt will help you stay at 100% for as much of the time as possible so you can continue to enjoy your passion.
  • Team sports: If you play sports such as soccer, basketball, handball, rugby, baseball, lacrosse, field field hockey, volleyball, etc, this sacro-iliac belt can certainly help you play your favorite sport while protecting your hip from injury.

F.A.Q: Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what my hip joint belt size is?

This is a one-size-fits-all garment, as it features Velcro closure and other mechanisms that will allow you to adjust the pressure to the level you need. Its Nylon and Spandex fabric is quite flexible which will allow you to achieve many levels of compression for the pelvic area. You should always consult your family doctor about the ideal pressure you can apply to the pelvis, as using too much could generate counterproductive effects that worsen any injury or ailment.

How to wash and care for the pelvic belt?

You must be careful how you treat this garment as Spandex and Nylon are delicate textiles that can lose their elastic properties and with them all their compression. Therefore, to clean your sacroiliac belt, it is recommended that you follow these instructions:

  • Wash in cold water on delicate programs
  • Hand wash preferably
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not use soap with softeners
  • Do not bleach

How do I know if the sacroiliac belt is good for me?

To find out if this hip belt is ideal for you we invite you to consult the list of benefits and uses in which we explain in detail for what type of people is indicated this compression garment that will help you in recovery processes of various injuries in the lower back and pelvic area.

What is the difference between a sacro-iliac belt and a lumbar brace?

There is a clear difference between the two garments, the sacroiliac belt usually has smaller dimensions and is used lower, although depending on the design this may vary. It is also intended to support the sacroiliac joint, which is located just below the lumbar region.

The lumbar brace on the other hand, can be wider and its center of support is wider to occupy the entire lower back area, and although this can also occupy part of the sacroiliac joint, it does not offer as specific support as the belt specially designed for that.

What is the difference between a pelvic belt and a postpartum abdominal binder?

These are other garments that are often confused but ultimately are not the same. The sacroiliac belt is responsible for providing stability and support to the pelvic area and the sacroiliac joint, so its dimensions are smaller and rarely become very wide.

The postpartum support is much larger as it covers the entire abdominal area from the base of the chest to the pelvic area, which gives it a much wider range of action. In addition in functionality it is also different since it helps to facilitate the process of reorganization of the internal organs after giving birth.

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