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BOA Back Brace

Top Shelf SKU: 510***
31 sold

Short Description

  • 8", 10" & 8" female cut available to fit every patient.
  • Lacer design provides effective compression.
  • Adjustable/removable front abdominal panel.
  • Classic support and protection.

BOA Back Brace


The BOA Back Brace (Back Orthotic Appliance) compression brace is a maximum support LSO for pain, rehabilitation and maintenance.  The unique lacer panel in the rear supplies adjustable compression with a single tension handle.  The BOA back brace comes with an adjustable/removable anterior panel which provides greater support and resists forward bending.  The product fastens in the front with a large velcro closure that's easy to secure for quick and easy fitting.  The BOA brace comes in three versions to fit every size individual: a 10" width model for heavy set individuals and or those 5' 11" and taller, a 8" low profile that's perfect for patients of normal weight 5' 10" or shorter, and finally a 8" model with a 75 degree lacing closure in the rear to fit individuals with a pear shaped hip/lower back appearance.  Patients and physicians appreciate its nylon fabric material that provides the kind of breathability required to be comfortable with wearing the device underneath or over existing clothes all day long.  It can be used for a variety of different low back injuries from low back pain to lumbar disc injuries.

BOA Back Brace Features:

  • Available in a 10", a low profile 8", and a low profile 8" Female cut with a 75 degree lacer design for pear shaped individuals
  • Seven sizes available - see sizing chart tab
  • Adjustable/removable anterior front panel resists forward bending and increases brace rigidity
  • Nylon fabric breathes for all day comfort
  • Can be worn over or underneath clothing
  • Easy lacer closure design - single pulley closure
  • Provides protection for all types of spine injuries (see indications tab)

Recommended Manufacturer HCPC: L0626

The BOA classic back brace can be used to treat:

  • Low back pain.
  • Low back sprains/strains
  • Lumbar disc injury
  • Osteoporosis
  • Disc herniation & degeneration
  • Postoperative disecectomy
  • IDET procedure

  • Spondylolisthesis