Spinova® Stabi Classic

Back orthosis for extensive and all-round support of the lumbar spine

Spinova Stabi Classic relieves your pain by straightening the lumbar spine. Stabilizing corset stays at the back and sides support an anatomically correct posture. The airy elastic mesh material fully adapts to your body type and gives you plenty of freedom of movement. Using Velcro straps, you can adjust the support provided by the orthosis.

  • Provides general all-round stability for the lumbar spine
  • Lightweight mesh material for first-class wearing comfort
  • Individually adjustable straightening tension

Upright in daily life

Acute or even chronic back pain can radiate through the entire body. The causes range from vertebral displacement to a herniated disc all the way to lumbago. Spinova Stabi Classic relieves your pain by straightening the lumbar spine and supporting the entire torso.

To achieve this effect, it encloses your torso powerfully. Stabilizing corset stays at the back and sides support an anatomically correct posture. The high-reaching Spinova Stabi Classic orthosis stabilizes the entire lumbar spine, including the transition to the thoracic spine. At the same time, it evenly distributes the forces acting on the spine.

Fit again fast

Using Velcro straps, you can determine the straightening force yourself depending on your needs and comfort. The airy elastic mesh material fully adapts to your body type and gives you plenty of freedom of movement. The orthosis is easy to put on and lightweight for added wearing comfort.

Spinova Stabi Classic helps you to lead an active life without pain. Especially after surgery, the orthosis can help you to start physiotherapy at an early stage. After all, when it comes to successful recovery, being active is key to good health!

Measurement and product range

 

     

Indications

  • Pain in the lumbar spine area with slight deficit symptoms with bulging/prolapsed intervertebral disks (moderate lumbar sciatica with slight deficiencies with intervertebral disk protrusions/prolapse)
  • Radiating pain in the lumbar spine area (moderate [pseudo] radicular lumbar syndrome)
  • Vertebral displacement, formation of gaps in the vertebral joints (spondylolisthesis, grade I with lumbago)
  • Following intervertebral disk surgery (condition after intervertebral disk surgery with small to medium prolapse)