In the realm of back support and pain relief, the Horizon™ 637 LSO stands out as a remarkable solution, particularly for its one-size-fits-all approach. This lumbar sacral orthosis (LSO) is designed to provide not just support but also maximum comfort for a wide range of body types, accommodating waist sizes from a petite 24 inches to a more robust 50 inches. What makes it even more versatile is the option to extend up to 70 inches with additional extension panels, ensuring a broad spectrum of individuals can benefit from its use.
The Essence of Adjustability
The Horizon™ 637 LSO is engineered with moveable, rigid side panels. These panels are a key feature, offering lateral support and creating a comfortable environment conducive to healing. The flexibility to adjust these panels as needed, or even remove them as recovery progresses, is a testament to the brace's adaptability to individual needs.
Tailored Compression for Targeted Relief
One of the standout features of the Horizon™ 637 LSO is its targeted independent tightening mechanism. The Aspen’s patented 4:1 mechanically advantaged SlickTrack™ tightening system allows for independent tightening of the top and bottom sections. This means users can localize compression precisely where it's needed, supporting muscles that may be in spasm due to fatigue or injury.
Structural Integrity for Effective Support
The Horizon™ 637 LSO is not just about flexibility and comfort; it also maintains a high degree of structural integrity. Thanks to its tri-band technology system and integrated vertical stays, the brace provides stability while maintaining its shape, ensuring effective compression and flexibility. This structural integrity is crucial in making sure the brace performs its therapeutic role effectively.
A Step-Down Approach to Recovery
An interesting aspect of the Horizon™ 637 LSO is its ability to 'step down' to support recovery. Regardless of the initial configuration required by a patient, all Horizon braces can transition to the Horizon PRO, a lower-profile option. This adaptability is ideal for managing recurring ailments, providing a continuum of care that adjusts to the patient's evolving needs.