Gold Medal for Back Supports
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt gives relief and stability for a wide range of conditions. Lower back pain is one of the most common ailments, that affects millions of people around the world daily. If you're in constant pain, it's hard to concentrate even on daily tasks, let alone being able to perform at your best during athletic activity. The pain may cause you to miss work, miss games and just generally reduce your quality of life. Equally, you may not currently have any issues, but are at a greater risk of damaging your back, side or hips, such as if you play a contact sport like rugby.
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is a great solution for this. By compressing and supporting the sacroiliac joints, it can be used to help with a range of lower back, side, nerve and hip pain, and as a preventative device to avoid such pain whilst exercising. It is so effective that it can even be used as a maternity support during pregnancy.
Who Can Make Gains with the Sacroiliac Belt?
The Sacroiliac Belt is ideal for anyone who wants to be protected and pain-free. If you simply can't afford to take the time off work, despite chronic pain, then this product will give significant relief and let you concentrate properly on daily life. Equally, it is well suited to both amateur and professional sportsmen, who care about their health and want to avoid a debilitating injury that will put them out of action for an extended period.
The Serola Belt offers support to the base of the spine, increasing strength throughout the back, hips and legs. Sports teams such as Inter Milan, Glasgow Rangers, Wigan RFU and Harlequins Rugby have already adopted the belt, and are seeing the benefits, so what's stopping you?
Features and Benefits of the Serola Belt
- Compresses and supports the sacroiliac joints to relieve stress and instability
- Provides the correct balance of resilience and resistance, re-establishing normal joint motion
- Supports the base of the spine and increases strength in the back, hips and legs
- Cool, breathable material for comfortable extended wear
- Slim and lightweight, with no buckles digging into you
- Widely used within the NHS, and used by various professional sports teams including Inter Milan
The belt should be worn around the hips, rather than the waist. To see how to wear it please take a look at the video below:
Sizing of the Sacroiliac Belt
The belt comes in sizes small to extra large, based on Hip circumference. Please check the table below:
|Size ||Hip Circumference (cm) |
|Small ||76 - 86cm |
|Medium ||86 - 102cm |
|Large ||102 - 117cm |
|Extra Large ||117 - 132cm |