Provides modular support and effective spinal stabilization.
Available with different height corsets to fit every body shape.
Removable, adjustable panel design adapts to the patient's condition.
Suitable for a variety of different types of injuries.
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The BOA with Slim Panel XTR provides effective spinal stabilization with a modular design that's adaptable to every patient's needs. The product features three components: a corset, a removable anterior panel in the front, and a removable posterior panel in the rear. The brace features breathable Airmesh material to ensure air flow in and around your torso for greater comfort with all day wear. It comes in both an 8" as well as a 10" height to fit every size individual from a normal to a larger size shape. The rear panel provides support from the T9 down to the S1 vertebral level and limits extension for greater spinal stabilization. The rigid anterior panel attaches to the front panels of the corset to provide support and motion restriction to the front of your torso. The Breg BOA with Slim Panel XTR provides the clinician or wearer with the ability to remove panels as the patient's recovery improves. The modular design is easy to assemble in seconds making it a popular design with spine specialists. Lordotic Slim Panel inserts are available as an accessory to improve the fit between the large rear panel and the small of your lower back. The inserts take up the extra space in the lumbar region and are indicated for individuals with a more pronounced lordotic curve in their lower back thus producing more of a "bubble butt" appearance from a side view. They help reduce slippage of the rear panel on individuals who demonstrate a more extensive lordotic curve. The modular design of the Breg BOA with Slim Panel XTR makes it ideally suited for treating a variety of different injuries including low back strains and sprains, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, recovery following spinal surgery, and much more.
Breg BOA with Slim Panel XTR Brace Features:
Modular design includes a corset, a removable anterior panel, and a removable posterior panel.
Provides S1 - T9 support and protection.
Made with breathable Airmesh fabric for enhanced breathability in hot environments.
Heat moldable posterior panel design can be shaped for a custom fit.
Available slim panel inserts available for individuals with a more pronounced lordotic curvature in their lumbar region.
Tear-drop channel pully design ensures easy fitting and tightening around your waist.
Available in 8" or 10" height corset models.
Available in six sizes for a premium fit - please see sizing chart tab above for important measurement instructions.
Length: choose either 8" or 10" for the height of your corset. 8" is recommended for shorter individuals or normal height individuals without a belly. All others should choose a 10" to provide enough support.
Accessory: Optional - choose none or a slim panel insert for the size of brace chosen; the insert takes up any extra space between your back and the rear posterior panel in the small of your back just above your belt level. Indicated for individuals with a more pronounced lordotic curvature ie the bubble butt look.
Recommended Manufacturer HCPC: L0631
The BOA with Slim Panel XTR brace may be used for the treatment of:
Chronic low back pain injuries.
Acute lumbar sprains and strains.
Lumbar disc related injuries: protrusion, sequestration, herniation
Pain resulting from Osteoporosis of the lumbar spine.
Degenerative disc disease.
Postoperative recovery following a discectomy procedure.