CorFit System® Sacroiliac Support
- CorFit Sacroiliac Supports help reduce the discomfort associated with sacroiliac joint pain.
- Wrapping around hips and pelvic girdle, it compresses the SI joint and symphysis pubis together, creating compressive stabilization for ligament injury, core weakness or abnormal SI joint alignment.
- Elastic construction with CorEdge® Finish provides 10% more stretch, conforming perfectly to your body without binding or irritation.
- Available in S, M/LG, XL, 2X, 3X.
- Additional charge for sizes larger than 1XL.
- 4" H Small 27" - 38"
- 4" H Medium/Large 32" - 43"
- 4" H X-Large 40" - 52"
- 4" H 2X-Large 46" - 58"
- 4" H 3X-Large 52" - 64"
- Hand Wash Cold, Mild Soap
- No Chlorine Additive, Hang Dry
- AVOID DIRECT HEAT
- Sciatica Pain
- Scoliosis caused by pelvic instability
- Hyper Mobility of the Sacroiliac Joints
- Ligamentous Laxity due to pregnancy
- Other Back Pain
Sacroiliac Support Benefits
Designed to specifically relieve instability and painful stress of the pelvis and the lower spine joints in the buttocks area.
Provides support and stabilizes the sacrum by comfortably squeezing together these major weight-bearing joints during healing.
Also stabilizes the hip joints and helps relieve sciatica pain and scoliosis caused by pelvic instability.
Best used after an injury, with hyper mobility of the sacroiliac joints or after a pregnancy
Measurement For Lumbar Supports
Snug Fit Measurement: ~ Devices are sized at a compressed fit.
Measurement loose vs skin tight can be 2-2 ½ inches.
Hip Measurement: ~ Measure at fullest part of the buttocks
Approx: Hip joint & crease of the buttocks.
- Fitted starting in the back and finishing in the front.
- Center support
- Bottom of support should be at the (crease of buttocks) in the back
- Bottom of the support should be at the groin in the front
- Normally straps fit right over left.
- Pull straps out away from body and then cross
- Add compression from bottom to top
- Sit down to check fitting. (Ease and Motion may be more limited)
- Should not dig into groin area
- When removing, decrease compression from top to bottom
- When removing, disengage velcro and attach at far posterior of belt where straps originate.
- Depending on your condition, the application of the device may need to be done by a secondary care-taker or significant other.
- Best secure fitting is while laying down w/knees bent.