LumboLoc® Forte

Back orthosis for enhanced stabilization of the lumbar spine

LumboLoc Forte surrounds the torso with a circular enclosure. Anatomically contoured corset stays help to straighten the lumbar spine. This alleviates back pain and releases tension. Various support cushions or “pads” offer extra stability either in the lumbar region or the area of the sacral bone. The elastic, breathable knitted fabric stimulates the stabilizing muscles.

  • Provides support in cases of persistent pain and severe muscle weakness
  • Powerfully stabilizes the lumbar spine in an upright position
  • Precise fit thanks to functional strap and adjustable pads (supporting cushions)


Your strong helper to combat severe back pain

Acute or even chronic back pain can be caused by a variety of factors. They range from lumbago or incorrect posture to severely weakened torso muscles and herniated discs. No matter what cause your physician diagnoses, LumboLoc Forte powerfully encloses your torso. Two anatomically shaped corset stays at the back support an anatomically correct posture.

Extra stability is provided by two different support cushions or “pads” that can either be positioned in the lumbar region or the area of the sacral bone. This alleviates pain and relieves tension. With its circular enclosure, LumboLoc Forte supports the entire torso system. The firm, close-fitting knit creates slight resistance during movement and stimulates the stabilizing muscles.

Fit again fast

The orthotist can individually shape the fit of the integrated corset stays. With an adjustable tensioning strap system, you can decide for yourself how much stabilization your back needs.

The elastic, breathable knit fits the body perfectly. Easy to put on thanks to convenient finger pockets and comfortable to wear, LumboLoc Forte helps your body help itself. You can finally lead a more active life again. After all, particularly in case of back pain: being active is key to good health!

Measurement and product range


  • Lumbago
  • Muscular insufficiency of the back/ abdominal muscles
  • Mild spondylolysis/spondylolisthesis
  • Ligamento-tendomyopathies
  • Osteoarthritis of the facet joints