Stabilizing support for pain relief of the SI joints/pelvis.

The SacroLoc® orthosis stabilizes the pelvis and delivers pain relief to the sacroiliac (SI) joint and pelvis in cases of sacroiliac joint syndrome (SI joint syndrome) and pain. The elastic mesh material and two adjustable straps provide 360° compression which straightens the pelvis and relieves the ligaments. A removable two=part rigid visco-elastic dorsal pad fit precisely over the SI joint to provide additional support.



  • Stabilizes and relieves pressure on the pelvis and symphysis 
  • Two-part rigid visco-elastic pad
  • Low power tension straps with rigid plastic D-loops


Measure the circumference of the torso

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1. Two-part rigid visco-elastic pad with massage nubs Direct tension and pain relief

2. Anatomically contoured Proper fit and effect during every movement

3. Non-Elastic knitted fabric and individually adjustable tension straps
Excellent control of movement of the Lumbar spine and SI joint

4. Practical fastening with widened finger loops
For easier donning

5. Slimmer, flatter fastening with soft edges
Low profile design for better comfort



Sacroiliac joint dysfunction accounts for 25 % of all cases of back pain in the lumbar spine area. With the SacroLoc® back orthosis, a combination of elastic and non-elastic knit stabilizes and relieves pressure on this zone, while a two-part rigid visco-elastic pad on the back massages pain areas. This stimulates circulation at certain points, relieving cramps and helping to release tension.


Thanks to its flat, anatomical fit, the SacroLoc® back orthosis is barely noticeable under clothing. It is made of breathable material, thereby ensuring that sufficient air can circulate to the skin. The amount of pressure relief provided by the orthosis can be controlled individually using the tensioning straps. The fasteners have practical finger pockets, so that the orthosis can be put on without needing to exert a lot of strength. 

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