Pelvic Support Belt: Top 4 Features & Benefits
Pelvic Wrap Available in Universal Sizing for Men & Women
Thanks to the adjustable, one-size-fits-most design of this pelvic correction belt, a variety of adult men and women can benefit from this correction device. Using a flexible measuring tape, find your hip circumference and refer to the sizing chart pictured above to ensure this pelvic brace can provide the most perfect, personalized fit for you.
Pelvic Tilt Brace is Made of Lightweight, Breathable Materials
In order to correct pelvic tilt conditions, you’ll need to wear a posture support belt for long periods of time throughout the day, or at night. Luckily, the discreet, lightweight pelvic support belt is perfect for all-day or all-night use and relief while exercising, walking, sitting, or working. The belt is thin enough to prevent uncomfortable warmth and sweat, yet durable, providing the ultimate support for your hips and pelvis.
Support Belt Helps Correct Titled Pelvis & Hips
Wearing a pelvic posture belt can be an easy way to make a huge difference in the level of pain you feel while you sit, walk and sleep. Treat your misaligned pelvis by wearing this brace designed for pelvic tilt correction from a variety of conditions, such as:
- Anterior pelvic tilt
- Lower crossed syndrome
- Pregnancy pelvic pain
- Donald duck syndrome
- Pelvic posture correction
- Twisted pelvis
- Tilted hips
Check with a doctor or medical professional to determine what level of pelvic tilt, or which condition you’re experiencing in order to wear this anterior pelvic tilt belt for an accurate amount of time.
Simple, Quick & Easy to Apply or Adjust
While wearing throughout the day or overnight, adjust the pelvic belt to your preferred level of compression for the ultimate comfort while you heal and correct your pelvic tilt. The belt is not only super easy to put on and take off, but it also offers a simple, cost-effective option for tilted hip pain, lower crossed syndrome, twisted pelvis, and pelvic floor pain.
How Can You Tell if You Have a Pelvic Tilt?
Pelvic tilt issues are extremely common, but how can you tell for sure if this is what the cause is behind your lower back, hip, or pelvic pain? Pelvic tilt is the term used to describe the motion caused by your hips moving backward and forward, which occurs often throughout the day as you sit, squat, stand, or during other everyday movements. Your pelvic tilt will likely only become a problem and cause pain if you're in the pelvic tilt position for a long period of time. For example, if you’re working from home or at an office job that requires you to sit at a desk for consecutive hours. If you sit for an extended period on a regular basis, your muscles begin to adapt to that exact position, which can lead to pain and discomfort in the lower back.
Your doctor can generally visually determine whether you have an anterior pelvic tilt through an exam that includes having you bend over, lie flat on your back, and stand up straight. They will also likely feel your spine and pelvis as part of the initial physical exam. If you're experiencing pelvic tilt, wearing a pelvic tilt correction brace is a cost-effective way to begin resolving the issue, and relieving any discomfort and pain in your pelvis or hips.
Anterior Pelvic Tilt vs. Posterior Pelvic Tilt: What’s The Difference?
The two most common types of pelvic tilt posture issues are posterior and anterior. The difference between the two is the way your pelvis is misaligned, by tilting either forward or backward.
Posterior Pelvic Tilt Explained
If you have a posterior pelvic tilt, your pelvis is tilted backward. To understand what this looks and feels like, stand and put your hands on your hips. Pretend that you have your hands on a bucket of water (with your pelvis being the imaginary bucket). Try to pour the water in your imaginary bucket out behind you without leaning back. In order to do this, you will need to tilt your pelvis back.
An easy way to test if you have a posterior tilt is to put on a pair of your jeans with a belt (tuck your shirt in so you can clearly see the belt). Stand as you normally do while looking at yourself in a mirror from a side-view. With a posterior pelvic tilt, your belt buckle will be higher than the back of the belt when viewed from the side so that you can see both at the same time. In a squat, you can see a posterior pelvic tilt if the hips tuck under at the bottom of the range of motion. The best way to relieve posterior pelvic tilt is to perform daily exercises and stretches to help strengthen your core, hips, and hamstrings.
Anterior Pelvic Tilt Explained
Using the same bucket demonstration, an anterior pelvic tilt occurs when you try to pour the water out in front of you without leaning forward. This move will cause an arch in the low back, which may cause some aching pain.
An easy way to tell if you have an anterior pelvic tilt is to check your posture. Do the same jeans and belt test that you did for the posterior pelvic tilt. If the belt buckle is lower than the back of the belt when viewed from the side, then you have an anterior pelvic tilt. In a squat, you can see an anterior pelvic tilt if there’s a low back arch that happens at the bottom of the squat. This belt can help realign your pelvis in order to heal and correct anterior pelvic tilt.
Frequently Asked Questions About This Pelvic Stability Belt for Lower Crossed Syndrome
- What conditions / injuries does the pelvic tilt correction brace treat? Use this pelvic support to help correct & manage anterior pelvic tilt or rotation, pelvic posture, lower crossed syndrome, twisted pelvis, pregnancy posterior alignment pain, symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD), donald duck syndrome, and other hip or pelvis posture-related pain.
- Who can wear it? The universal pelvis support belt will fit a range of teens to adult men and women within the hip circumference of 28 inches to 45 inches.
- How do I put it on? With the fastener facing inward in your left hand, position the belt behind your body around your hips. Fold in the right side across your lower abdomen. Repeat with the left side and secure. For added compression, undo the dual-tension straps, stretch around your hips, and secure.
- Can I wear this belt if I’m pregnant? While you can wear the pelvic support belt during pregnancy or the postpartum period, you should always check with your medical professional before wearing.
- When should I wear it? The anterior pelvic tilt correction belt is designed for all-day and all-night wear. Speak to your doctor or medical professional to find what length of wear time would be safest for your injury or condition.
- How do I adjust this anterior pelvic tilt brace? Simply pull and secure the two, double-tension straps on each side of the brace and secure them to a snug, comfortable fit.
- What material is this brace made of? This belt is made of neoprene and an elastic tendon strap, with nylon hook closures.
- How tall is this pelvic tilt brace? The support is 3.75 inches tall and 37 inches long.
- Washing instructions: With fasteners attached, hand wash in warm water with mild detergent. Allow the belt to air dry completely before reapplying. Do not use high temperatures to wash or dry.
- Breathable materials for all-day use
- Completely adjustable belt fits most men and women
- Quick and easy to put on and take off
- Color: Black