Golf Back Brace for Treating & Preventing Back Pain
This golfers’ back brace is well equipped to relieve back pain that might be hindering one’s game. Indeed, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine says low-back pain is the most common injury among beginner and professional golfers, followed by injuries to the shoulder or elbow. The powerful rotation and extension motion one goes through during a golf swing can take a toll on the back. See more golf braces for the back, arm, knee and more.
The exaggerated arched posture some assume for power during service strokes during tennis can also stress the joints and soft tissues of the back, necessitating a low-back sports brace. BraceAbility stocks a number of other tennis braces, as well.
The good news is this brace for tennis or golf back injury treatment can help. The lower back brace for golfing has a posterior panel that contours and conforms to one’s body for ease of use. There is also an anterior panel for extra support to the abdomen. These panels can be easily removed without tools if one so desires.
The compression this support for low back golf injuries provides can be easily adjusted thanks to the patented mechanical advantage pulley system. It provides smooth, powerful and easy-to-control compression at a 6:1 ratio. Indeed, the low-friction system of this tennis back brace can be adjusted with just one hand, simplifying the transition from standing to sitting or vice versa.
The back support for tennis players and golfers is lightweight as well as breathable for user comfort. This sports brace for lumbar support is lower profile so it is not bulky and is confortable to wear, allowing a greater range of motion than most back braces.
And the lumbar support for golf can easily be applied thanks to a simple closure at the front.
Back Support for Golf or Tennis
There are a number of things one can do to relieve back pain from golfing. Besides wearing a low-back brace for golf, one can also work to improve the range of motion of the lumbar spine, better his or her swing mechanics, make sure to warm up and engage in regular exercise that incorporates core strengthening.
A conditioning program to strengthen and improve the flexibility of one’s abdominal and back muscles can also help prevent and treat low-back pain stemming from tennis.
In either case, this golf/tennis back support can be used for added support while engaging in such exercises. And as one works to improve one’s core strength, the compression applied by this back support for golfers can help relieve pain and promote healing.
Features of this Popular Golfers’ Back Brace
This back brace for golf and tennis is popular for good reason. It is highly compatible with sports use and it makes it easy to apply compression for low-back support. Following is a more detailed list of its selling points:
- Similar to Cybertech SPINE Plus Back Brace - Spinal Support Brace, but with a narrower profile
- Low-profile fit permits greater range of motion
- Single front closure for easy access
- Mechanical advantage pulley system provides compression at a 6:1 ratio
- Pulleys are low-friction for one-hand adjustment
- Posterior panel conforms to body
- Anterior panel for additional support
- Panels can be removed
- Stabilizes and supports the lumbar spine
- Treats spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, general back pain, lumbar sprain, compression fractures, degenerative disc disease and more
- Available in sizes small to 3XL that fit waist circumferences 25 inches to 55 inches
|Size||Waist Circumference||Posterior Height||Anterior Height|
|Small||25" - 30"||7.5"||4.75"|
|Medium||30" - 35"||8"||5.5"|
|Large||35" - 40"||8.5"||6"|
|X-Large||40" - 45"||9"||6.875"|
|2X-Large||45" - 50"||9.5"||7.75"|
|3X-Large||50" - 55"||10"||9"|
|All measurements taken in inches|