Lumbar Spine/Thoracic Spine | Load Relieving Brace | medi 3 C

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Sternal Size: Normal (27cm)

Sternal Size

Waist Size: Small 1 (55 - 90cm)

Waist Size

SKU: 56C0001

The 3-point hyperextension brace medi 3 C® helps to relieve the lumbar and thoracic spine in the sagittal plane. On the one hand, it extends the lumbar spine and the lower thoracic spine (extension) and, on the other, it holds the lumbar spine in a hollow back position (hyperlordosis)

  • Reclination of the lumbar and lower thoracic spine Fixation of the lumbar spine in hyperlordosis
  • dynamic adaptation of the sternum pad to the body's position
  • Easy closing thanks to ratchet fastening on brace

The medi 3 C® has a dynamic sternum pad (cushion at the level of the breastbone), which adjusts to the various positions of the body when standing and sitting.

The ratchet fastener makes it possible for the patient to open and close it easily.

The medi 3-point corset is used for all indications requiring a partial relief by correction of the lumbar/thoracic spine and movement restriction in sagittal plane, for example, stable vertebral compression fractures of the middle and lower thoracic and lumbar spine as well as a hyperkyphosis in Scheuermann’s disease.

The hyperextension brace is also used for temporary postoperative orthotic care.

medi 3 C® helps straighten and immobilise the affected region. Furthermore, the materials used are water-resistant. This simplifies use in day-to-day life.

Mode of action

Reclination of the lumbar spine and lower thoracic spine and fixation of the lumbar spine in hyperlordosis.

Intended purpose

Brace for relieving load on the lumbar spine / thoracic spine (sagittal limitation of range of motion).

Indications

All indications requiring a partial relief by correction of the lumbar/thoracic spine and movement restriction in sagittal plane:

  • Stable vertebral compression fractures of the middle and lower thoracic and lumbar spine
  • Hyperkyphosis in Scheuermann’s disease
  • Temporary postoperative orthotic care
Contraindications

Unstable fractures of the thoracic / lumbar spine with and without neurological deficit.