ALB AlphaBrace 4620 Sacroiliac SI Support Belt With Easy Pull Closure P7296325ALB-4620-4622 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/ALB/ALB-4620-4622.jpg AlphaBrace 4620 Sacroiliac SI Support Belt With Easy Pull Closure Manufacturer Part Number: 4620Some custom manufacturing availible for greater than 52\". 7296325 4.71lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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AlphaBrace 4620 Sacroiliac SI Support Belt With Easy Pull Closure

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Manufacturer Part Number: 4620

If you suffer from Sacroiliac pain or postpartum hip pain the AlphaBrace sacroiliac belt might be just what you are looking for. Our unique compression system helps realign and maintain proper alignment of the sacroiliac joint. By using a pulley-like system the AlphaBrace SI support compresses evenly from both sides inward at the base of the spine. The SI belt consists of state of the art materials that create a layer of air between your skin and the brace which allows your body to breathe. The closures are all pressure sensitive for easy application and a customizable fit. This and all AlphaBrace items come with a 100% money back guarantee. Made In The USA.

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For correct size measure around hips
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Small
Up to 34"
Medium
35" to 40"
Large
41" to 46"
X-Large
47" to 52"

Some custom manufacturing availible for greater than 52".

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