Serola Biomechanics makes products to provide a wide range of solutions for anyone.  We serve many different industries from the largest of health and medical centers to individuals looking to prevent injury or seeking relief from pain.  So, whether someone represents a large business, plays a sport or is in the healthcare fields, Serola makes a product to fit your needs.

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Health & Medical
THE FIRST STEP IN CONSERVATIVE CAREThe study of biomechanics presents a promise: care of the human frame, its supporting musculature and neural pathways may lead to more balanced health, less pain, and reduced expenditures. Yet, we fail to understand the basic underlying mechanisms that unite the musculoskeletal system. Although we know that the body is an interconnected whole, the big picture is not eviden...
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The importance of using the Serola Sacroiliac Belt during and, especially, after pregnancy cannot be overemphasized. During pregnancy, the ligaments, under hormonal influences, become lax and stretch to allow the pelvis to spread for delivery. It is important to hold the sacroiliac and pubic joints firmly together after delivery in order to assist the ligaments in shortening and realigning the pelvis proper...
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Golf & Other Sports
In golf, or any sport, technique is the blending of power and touch that requires smoothly coordinated motor coordination. We practice movements until technique overcomes hesitation and confidence overcomes uncertainty, to the point where muscle memory provides skill and accomplishment. A very important ingredient to successful training and performance is a stable structure, which is determined by the inte...
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Another back belt? Didn’t we already go through that scenario and find that they were almost worthless? Yes, we did, but those were lumbar belts, which function under a completely different concept than sacroiliac belts. Please continue reading. Lumbar Belt 1. Takes the place of muscles, allowing atrophy. 2. Increases pressure in the abdominal cavity. 3. Does not reduce muscle spasm. 4. Disc inju...
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