Dorso Direxa Posture back orthosis
Helps in case of osteoporosis, poor posture and back pain
Relief of the thoracic and lumbar spine
Osteoporosis, poor posture, back pain and signs of wear in the lumbar and thoracic spine: The Dorso Direxa Posture helps with complaints such as these. It actively straightens your thoracic spine and stabilises the lumbar spine, thereby providing relief for both areas. The orthosis helps you assume a healthy body posture and contributes to alleviating pain. With the resulting greater mobility, it also reduces the risk of falling.
For an optimum fit, the technician customises the orthosis to fit your spine. Thanks to the breathable, skin-friendly material, the slim design and easy handling, you can wear the Dorso Direxa Posture readily in everyday life, at work and during recreational activities.
The functional massage stimulates microcirculation, which is circulation through the smallest blood vessels.
Thanks to the individually adjustable and elastic straps, the Dorso Direxa Posture is as easy to
put on as a backpack.
Mouldable metal rods and auto-adaptive stabilisation rods
Two individually mouldable metal rods and two auto-adaptive plastic stabilisation rods that can be adjusted by the technician ensure optimum adaptation to anatomical conditions, resulting in a highly stable orthosis.
Benefits at a glance
The orthosis assumes several functions: It actively straightens the thoracic spine and stabilises the lumbar spine, thereby providing relief for both areas. This makes a major contribution to alleviating pain and you assume a more natural body posture again.
Practical in everyday life
The orthosis is as easy to put on as a backpack and straightforward to close with hand loops. The skin-friendly, breathable material offers excellent wearer comfort. Thanks to the slim design, the Dorso Direxa Posture is discreet under clothing.
Your technician customises the orthosis to fit your spine. Additional adjustment possibilities are available to you thanks to elastic straps. This ensures an optimum fit, so that unpleasant pressure from the orthosis is prevented and it does not shift while being worn.
- Abnormal posture in the torso
- Kyphosis (without fused vertebrae)
- Scheuermann's disease
- Osteoporosis of the lower thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Osteoporosis fractures of the lower thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Degeneration of the lower thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Osteochondrosis of the lower thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Facet joint syndrome of the lower thoracic spine and/or lumbar spine
*BWS=thoracic spine, LWS=lumbar spine