Spinova® Immo Plus Classic

Immobilizing back orthosis for protecting the lumbar spine

Spinova Immo Plus Classic immobilizes your lumbar region and protects you against damaging rotational movements. A plastic shell that encloses the torso reinforces the protective effect of the elastic fabric. It is made up of two halves that can be moved against one another to adapt them to your body type. You can determine how firmly it should fit using the Velcro strap system.

  • Protects and restricts the lumbar spine’s freedom of movement
  • Lightweight, shapeable shell with air holes for added wearing comfort
  • Individually adjustable straightening tension

 

Time off for the spine

Sometimes it is necessary to considerably restrict the lumbar spine’s freedom of movement. For example, this can be necessary to ensure the recovery after surgery or an injury. In other cases the goal might be to slow down the progression of a chronic disorder.

Spinova Immo Plus Classic immobilizes your lumbar region and protects you against damaging rotational movements. The enclosing mesh with corset stays supports the anatomical shape of the torso: you can determine for yourself how firmly it should fit using the Velcro strap system.

Fit again fast

A plastic shell that encloses the torso adds extra stabilization. It is made up of two halves that can be moved against one another. In this way, it can be precisely adapted to your body type. For increased wearing comfort, it features multiple perforations to provide ideal heat regulation.

At a more advanced stage of recovery, you can ultimately remove the shell after consultation with your physician. The orthosis thus supports your course of treatment and subsequent mobilization.

With Spinova Immo Plus Classic, you can move around securely in your everyday life. You can also start physiotherapy as soon as your physician allows. Particularly when it comes to spinal conditions, being active is key to good health!

 

Measurement and Product Range

Indications

  • Vertebral displacement, formation of gaps in the vertebral joints (spondylolisthesis, grades II and III/spondylolysis)
  • Wearing of the vertebral joints with unusual flexibility of the joints (facet syndrome with hypermobility/spondylitis)
  • Chronic pathological changes (osteoarthritis) to the vertebral joints (spondylarthrosis)
  • Radiating pain in the lumbar spine area (very severe (pseudo)radicular lumbar syndrome/very severe lumbar sciatica)
  • Narrowing of the spinal canal (lumbar spinal canal stenosis with paresis (conservative, post-operative])
  • Narrowing of the nerve root canal (foraminal stenosis, lateral), vertebral fractures of the lumbar spine to a severe degree, relieving the front and/or rear edges of vertebrae
  • Tumors (metastases)
  • Weak muscles with limited performance (degeneration, severe/advanced muscular insufficiency of the spine)
  • Following an intervertebral disk prolapse (conservative, post-operative)
  • Intervertebral disk surgery (discectomy)
  • Post-operative, for one or more levels of the spine (e.g. spondylodesis/kyphoplasty)
  • Pathological change to the intervertebral disk cartilage (osteochondrosis)