The Serola Sacroiliac Belt can help with an array of issues involving pain and pain relief or injury prevention. We have always said that the SI Belt should be your first step in conservative care before considering going further to potential damaging treatments such as surgery. Below you will find a few common injuries or types of pain. We will describe them and make a point to show how the Serola Sacroiliac can help you.
This may seem to have an obvious answer, but quite the contrary is that hip pain can be disguised as many different ailments. The hip and sacroiliac joint are the center holding points for stability in the body. When there is an injury or sprain in the hips or pelvis this can translate to not only pain found directly in the hip but can radiate into the lower back or even as far away as the neck and legs...Learn More
If you have been dealing with hip pain or back pain, it may be a sign that it is time to get a back support. The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is designed to help support your back, thus giving you more effective strength in your back, hips, and legs. By wearing our belt, you are taking the first step in conservative care and treating your body well. When the belt is being worn, it acts as an external ligament...Learn More
How Serola Sacroiliac Belt Can Relieve Back and Hip Pain During Pregnancy 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 o...Learn More
Every joint is held together by ligaments. There is no question that spraining ligaments in the knee, wrist, or other joints will cause some pain and disability. Once the ligaments sprain (tear), it makes sense to put a brace on the joint to keep it within normal range of motion, so the torn ligaments don’t continually become reinjured. Pretty much all sports, including golf, tennis, baseball, football, t...Learn More
The most common movements occurring in the workplace are bending, lifting, and twisting. These movements are also known to be the main cause of sacroiliac injuries. For demonstration purposes, think of the body as a crane, with the long arm representing a person’s spine & arms and the counterweight as the sacroiliac ligaments. The sacroiliac joint, itself, is between the two arms, serving as the fulc...Learn More