If you are in need of a strong lower back support that will stabilize lower back and core muscle groups then the VertiBaX Core Lumbar Heavy Task Back Support could just be the answer.
The VB121 Heavy Task Back Support gets outstanding reviews and really benefits from the double fixing fastening system which prevents it from moving whilst in action. It really is a product that is proving to be beneficial to manual workers from many different industries. A book dealer who purchased our product through Amazon recently gave it five stars saying:
The VertiBaX Core Lumbar Heavy Task Active Support is a strong lower back support, stabilising core muscle groups DURING HEAVY EXERCISE OR MANUAL WORK with: Four additional removeable rigid, flexible polymer stays; provide additional versatile back support; Ideal for work involving heavy lifting; standard delivery 2-4 days.
SIZE MEASURING AROUND THE WAIST: Small 22"-28.25" (55.9-71.8cm); Medium 28.50"-35" (72.4-89.0cm); Large 35.25"-41" (90.4-104.20cm); X-Large 41.25-46.5" (104.6-118.1cm).
A Class 1 Medical Device; used by professionals and the public, the Heavy Task Active Support is: Anatomically identical to the Core Lumbar Active Support, with four additional rigid, flexible removable polymer stays; a close fitting product that is worn comfortably during periods of heavy exercise to provide support and stability to the lower back and core muscle groups; it increases blood flow to the injured area, providing even compression support to the lower back; can be worn underneath work clothes, preventing the build up of muscle tension and lower back pain
MADE IN THE UK from a high density 3mm fabric (90% neoprene rubber, 10% nylon polyester), a firm but flexible material providing support to the body's core muscles without restricting movement, relieving back strains and pains during increased levels of exercise, sizing ensuring that as the waist measurement gets larger the depth of the product also increases in proportion.
Disclaimer: As all medical conditions are unique to the individual, if any of the details provided in the article are unclear in any way, professional independent medical advice should be taken before acting upon any of the information given.