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Orthoses, Spine, Sacroiliac

Definition : Spine orthoses designed for external modification of the structural and/or functional characteristics of the sacral and iliac segments of the spine, providing immobilization and support and/or increasing comfort. These orthoses consist of a structure that encircles the sacral and iliac segments of the spine to keep that segment of the spine constrained. Sacroiliac spine orthoses are intended mainly to alleviate low-back pain by providing support and very limited motion control to the lumbar spine; they may consist of fabric and/or plastic orthoses that are either elastic or semi-rigid devices. Dedicated sacroiliac orthoses intended for support, therapeutic, and/or daily activities (i.e., functional) use are available; cushions used on seats to alleviate pressure on the sacroiliac region are also available.

UMDC code : 28620

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