Lumbar Back Belt for Low Back Muscle Pain
This brace supports the lumbar spine and reduces strain on this area of the body. The lumbar back belt also encourages proper lifting form, which can help prevent lower back muscle injury.
Specifically, this treatment for lower back muscle pain can help treat and/or prevent the following conditions:
- lower back muscle weakness
- pulled or strained lower back muscles (moderate)
- lower back muscle spasms
- chronic lower back muscle pain
The orthotic treatment for back muscle pain is composed of premium-quality elastic that comfortably hugs the body. This material is flexible and allows a high degree of movement so that treatment for a pulled back muscle does not have to interfere with one’s day-to-day life.
The low-profile fit of this belt for back muscle strain recovery is also conducive for a more active lifestyle and it fits easily beneath or over one’s clothes.
The brace for pulled lower back muscle treatment can easily be applied, simply by wrapping it around the waist and securing the contact closures. These make it quick and easy to adjust the amount of support applied as needed for treatment for a pulled muscle in the lower back.
The belt for lumbar muscle strain treatment features four-inch double-pull straps for additional sizing adjustment as well as a secure fit.
And because people of all shapes and sizes find themselves in need of lower back muscle pain treatment, this band comes in eight different sizes fitting hip circumferences ranging from 18 inches to 60 inches. For larger sizes, consider our plus size back brace that is available in sizes up to 6XL.
The brace for lower back pain muscle treatment is designed to stand up to heavy use. It can be hand-washed as needed using warm water and mild soap. The belt should be air dried.
How to Relieve Back Muscle Pain
An estimated 80% of people experience back problems at some point in their lives, with lumbar back pain being the most common by far. Overuse, underuse, injuries, structural imbalances, tight or weak muscles, degenerative changes and more can also lead to low back pain and muscle spasm.
Note that the involuntary contraction of a muscle spasm is actually a secondary response to some other injury. Therefore, lower back muscle spasm treatment involves addressing the underlying cause.
Quick treatment for lower back muscle strain and other sources of discomfort is important for preventing the development of chronic low-back pain or recurrent or severe lower back muscle spasms.
A period of rest is needed to cure a pulled back muscle. But rest is a relative term—any period of bed rest should be limited and moderate exercise can actually be quite helpful. Of course, one should stay away from taxing activities such as gardening or weight lifting.
Wearing a back brace might also be a component of treatment for a pulled lower back muscle. The added support eases stress on the lumbar spine, giving the back time to recover from strain or stress.
But as is the case with bedrest, too much of a good thing can be detrimental. One should only wear a belt for relief of pulled back muscles intermittently—long-term use can actually cause one’s muscles to weaken, leading to additional problems.
When it comes to how to treat lower back muscle strain, prevention is the best remedy. When lifting heavy objects, it is a good idea to wear an industrial low back belt like this for prevention/treatment of back muscle pain. We also offer a lifting back brace with straps for even more support.
Other steps of treatment for back muscle strain include ice therapy to reduce inflammation and/or heat therapy to relax and sooth one’s muscles and joints; the enhanced blood flow can also help to heal a torn back muscle. Wearing a low back wrap for ice or cold therapy can simplify this process.
Taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can also reduce pain and inflammation.
Exercising good posture is another component of achieving lower back pain muscle or spine discomfort relief. This lumbar back support is also helpful to that end, especially when it comes to heavy lifting.
Physical therapy is another common approach for longer-term treatment for lower back pain muscle strain. A doctor or physical therapist can recommend lower back muscle strain exercises and stretches to improve the strength and flexibility of one’s core, which is beneficial for reducing stress on the back and preventing another injury.
If conservative methods of treatment are ineffective and/or one is experiencing severe lower back muscle pain, surgery may be needed, depending upon the source of one’s discomfort. After surgery, one may need to wear a post-operative back brace.
Key Features of Belt for Lower Back Muscle Strain Treatment
Whether you are seeking treatment for back muscle spasms or pain relief for a pulled back muscle, this lumbar wrap is an inexpensive, low-hassle solution. Following are details about this product and how it helps back muscle pain:
- Industrial belt for back muscle pull treatment and relief for back muscle spasms
- Reduces stress on the back, resting these tissues so that healing can occur
- Encourages proper lifting form, helping to prevent/treat a lower back muscle strain
- Supports the back when one is lifting something
- Indications: treatment for lower back muscle spasms, lumbar strains/sprains, weak low back muscles, and general low back pain (moderate)
- Can also be used to prevent back strain
- Low-profile belt for lower back pain with muscle spasms
- Brace to treat back muscle strain is constructed of premium-quality elastic
- Wrap-around design and contact closures for easy application and adjustment
- Treatment for a torn back muscle has four-inch double pull straps for a customized, secure fit
- Brace for back muscle tear treatment comes in many sizes, including bariatric ones
- Belt for treatment of back muscle spasms comes in a gender-neutral charcoal color
- Brace for lower back muscle pain can be washed by hand using warm water and mild soap and air dried
|Size||Hip Circumference in Inches|
|X-Small||18" - 24"|
|Small||24" - 30"|
|Medium||30" - 36"|
|Large||36" - 42"|
|X-Large||42" - 48"|
|2X-Large||48" - 52"|
|3X-Large||52" - 56"|
|4X-Large||56" - 60"|
|Measurement taken from hip circumference|