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ACTIVE SI BELT®
for sacroiliac pain

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HOW IT WORKS

The ACTIVE SI BELT® for Sacroiliac Pain wraps around the pelvis and supports the sacroiliac joints by re-creating the compressive stabilization force that normally stabilizes the pelvic girdle. This compressive stabilization force can be compromised for a number of reasons including injury, muscle weakness, poor posture, pregnancy, etc.

Biomechanical research shows why our product works better than any other sacroiliac belt that is available!

The ACTIVE SI BELT does not ride up like other SI belts. It stays comfortably positioned under the Anterior Superior Iliac Spines - just where research shows it should be, for the best support!

The innovative ‘Double-Belt’ design of the ACTIVE SI BELT® for Sacroiliac Pain provides:

  • Precise support with a Nylon over-belt.
  • Flexible comfort from a Neoprene under-belt.
  • Support that stays in place & does not ride up like other SI belts.

ONE-OF-A-KIND... 'DOUBLE-BELT' DESIGN

The cushioning from the Neoprene under-belt allows us to use a rigid Nylon belt that stays comfortably positioned under the Anterior Superior Iliac Spines: Just where research shows it should be, for the best support!

Damen L, Spoor CW, Snijders CJ, Stam HJ. Does a pelvic belt influence sacroiliac joint laxity? Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 2002 Aug;17(7):495-8.

Medical Professionals prefer ACTIVE SI Belt for Sacroiliac PainThis research done at the prestigious Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, Netherlands has shown that the most effective SI joint stabilization is achieved when the sacroiliac belt is worn just below the anterior superior iliac spines (you can feel these ‘boney bumps’ at the front of each hip). This research is important because it shows that placing the SI belt in the correct position is the key to stabilizing the sacroiliac joint. The correct compression force must still be applied to stabilize the pelvis; however it is not necessary to excessively tighten a sacroiliac belt for it to be effective.
WHY THE ACTIVE SI BELT® WORKS

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SUPERIOR DESIGN - The ACTIVE SI BELT® for Sacroiliac Pain is constructed of a cushioned Neoprene under-belt that flexes with movement and prevents slippage; and a sturdy Nylon over-belt, which remains secured under the front hip bones (anterior superior iliac spines) during activity. SI Joint pain and low back pain is reduced when you are sitting, standing, squatting, running, and playing sports.

SUPERIOR COMFORT - The cushioning of the Neoprene belt allows the Nylon over-belt to apply the correct stabilization force and fully stabilize the pelvis without pinching delicate soft tissues around the hips and pelvic girdle. The result is the perfect combination of SI joint pain relief, stability and comfort.

SUPERIOR EFFECTIVENESS - The superior design and comfort of the ACTIVE SI BELT® for Sacroiliac Pain means it will be worn consistently, resulting in reduced strain, decreased back pain and faster healing of the sacroiliac joint ligaments. This leads to a more rapid recovery from injury and helps you to return to a pain-free life.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Sacroiliac Joint Anatomy and Pain

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Anatomy
The pelvic girdle is a ring of bones connected by three separate joint structures: the sacroiliac (SI) joints in back and the pubic symphysis in front. Under ordinary conditions, ligament stability, deep-core muscle control and proper joint alignment will pull the pelvis together to stabilize the SI joints and allow pain-free normal function.

Pain
For a number of different reasons the sacroiliac joints can become painful and under most circumstances SI joint pain is the result of some degree of hypermobility or hypomobility in the pelvic girdle. Numerous factors including acute injury, poor posture, cumulative trauma, pregnancy, improper lifting techniques aging, etc. can create this excessive or diminished mobility in the sacroiliac joints or pubic symphysis resulting in low back pain due to SI joint dysfunction or pubic symphysis dysfunction. SI joint dysfunction is typically characterized by pain in the SI joint, lower back, buttock, thigh, or down the leg (sciatica). Pubic symphysis dysfunction is a less common problem, but is often disabling with pelvic pain, along with symptoms similar to sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

Please visit our SACROILIAC PAIN page for comprehensive information on sacroiliac anatomy, pain and treatment options.

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